This time of year encourages themes of gratitude, thankfulness, and appreciation. Remembering these sentiments not just now, but throughout the year, can strengthen relationships in all aspects of your life.
As Stephen Sadove describes in his NYTimes interview, “Culture drives innovation and whatever else you’re trying to drive within a company — innovation, execution, whatever it’s going to be. And that then drives results.”
“Women in Leadership” was the focus of an expert panel discussion at ECC’s 2016 Global Learning Exchange. The panel presented a global perspective on trends, issues and challenges facing women in leadership roles around the world.
Sharon Brady described what research is increasingly telling us and what some leaders, teams and organizations already intuitively understand: “What’s good for women is good for business.”
If you’re like most leaders, you’ve probably learned a lot about organizational culture through experience. You may have also learned from other leaders – observing different ways to engage teams in creating change. How a leader “shows up” can significantly affect organizational culture. “It all depends on how the leader approaches improvement,” according to Tim Kuppler.