Your autopilot (your old habits and your belief system) is the foundation of your immunity to change. As a leader though, your own inability to change has dramatic ripple effects on your team. What can you do about it?
The more effective a leader you become, the better your business performance. Yet only 20% of leaders are effective. What can you do about it?
As your business grows and adds more employees, its complexity increases. As a result, painful growth roadblocks appear – and growth slows down. How can you identify their root causes and remove them – so you can grow faster and with less pain?
Your Board of directors is like a Ferrari. It can help you achieve your goals much faster or can become an energy-draining headache – depending on how you manage it. The onus is on you, the CEO, to set your Board up for success. How do you do that?
Less than 20% of employees are fully engaged in their work. Yet employee engagement drives not only performance, but also retention and profitability. How can you increase employee engagement?
There is nothing more frustrating than hiring a new talent only to see them leave after a few months. It turns out that you have a secret weapon to prevent this: onboarding.
Talent is the #1 key to unlocking business success, and yet most CEOs passionately dislike recruiting: they view is as a time-draining expensive process that delivers frustrating results. How do you improve your recruiting process?
Changing some of your habits is crucial for your business growth – yet it is hard. What makes it so difficult to change old habits despite your best intentions, and what can you do about it?
Firing someone is one of the most difficult decisions for a CEO. Should you develop or replace them? How can you objectively look at the situation to make the best call?
Our teams waste a lot of time and energy pondering our intentions because of a lack of trust. Often we trust each other at a superficial level, without being genuinely vulnerable. How can you build the vulnerability-based trust that will make your team more productive and less political?