Elite sport and grassroots sport inhabit different worlds. One's cutthroat and zero-sum, the other's full of positives for learning, resilience, collaboration, and self-confidence
"Leaders of good character keep their promises... and treat you as a human being and not as an object."
We weren’t friends with him. He was still our boss. But we all saw his empathic and supportive behavior in action. It brought us together as a team – firmly behind him as our leader
U.S. Navy captain Mark Brouker talks about his new book and the six critical leadership behaviors that he believes will make us better leaders
As employees, we've had a whole new set of problems to contend with. So have the managers we look to for guidance
Do you feel empowered at work? Inclusion expert Frances Frei shares her framework for unleashing the best in people.
Parenting is the only legal 24/7 job! It comes with little or no training, the job specs keep changing, and the drain on you physically and emotionally is relentless
In this Expert Interview podcast, executive coach Jerry Colonna talks to Mind Tools about how "radical self-inquiry" can create the best leaders
In his provocatively titled new book, “Why Do So Many Incompetent Men Become Leaders?", Tomas Chamarro-Premuzic boldly presents the case for a causal link between gender and competence. Fortunately, he also tells us what to do about it. This debate centers on the relationship between competence and confidence. Visible self-confidence is more common in men […]
Before you click away – because you're not a woman, or because you are and you don't like to be stereotyped – give me a chance to convince you that it's worth your while reading on. Actually, I'll let Sally Helgesen do it, because these ideas come from her book, "How Women Rise: Break the […]