The cost of poor leadership – $398 billion annually

Good leadership is so critical for success today. According to this HBR study, bad management is estimated to cost the U.S. economy up to $398 billion annually. The best leaders lead the way, connect with others and stay engaged at work.  Link to article:  
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Leadership can be developed.

Leadership can be developed and it starts with self-awareness and a willingness to continuously learn and improve. Understanding how we are wired helps us understand our own actions and motivations, then moving to understanding how others are motivated will make us better leaders. At the foundation it is about breaking old habits and building new…
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The Performance Management Revolution

Thinking about redesigning performance management?  We have done it - and we can help you.  This HBR article talks about the trends and the 3 Big Reason to Drop Appraisals:  The return on people development, the need for agility and the centrality of teamwork

The Importance of Organization Design and Culture

Interesting article from HBR - highlights that poor organizational design and structure results in a bewildering morass of contradictions: confusion within roles, a lack of co-ordination among functions, failure to share ideas, and slow decision-making bring managers unnecessary complexity, stress, and conflict.