September 7, 2014

The main reasons that ActiveLeading exists are to put leaders into flow-inducing situations so that they build strong bonds with other leaders and so that they will have more meaningful (and longer-lasting) learning moments.  But when I recently started reading a book...

July 7, 2014

From the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), I just read an article that, based on their research, shows that "more than one-half of HR professionals think that retaining and rewarding 

the best employees (59%) and developing the next generation of c...

July 7, 2014

This video, in which two Cirque Du Soleil dancers gracefully move together, has many interesting lessons in it, but this post focuses on the main lesson: why trust is worth it.

 

As leaders, we must have trust in our team, and our teams, in turn, must trust in us.  Witho...

June 28, 2014

Recently, I read this article, a discussion with Adam Nash, C.E.O. of Wealthfront, and found his statements powerful.

 

Nash explains that one of the most important things that a leader can do is to set and communicate clear goals and metrics, so that the members of our...

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