Workplace Culture

The remarkable rise of women in politics shows that it is time for a different style of leadership, says Rosie Bailey, who provides five actions for HR practitioners. The rise of women in political leadership roles is a tell-tale sign that the glass ceiling has...

Written by: Heather R. Huhman It looks like organizations are missing the mark on leadership development. Only 35 percent of U.S. managers are engaged in their jobs, according to a Gallup’s State of the American Manager report analyzing responses from 2,564 U.S. managers surveyed in September and...

By Josh Bersin I just completed a two week tour of Asia (Singapore, Hong Kong, Tokyo) and met with dozens of Human Resources and business leaders. It was a fascinating trip and I want to share a few thoughts. 1. Acute Leadership Gaps:  Asian Leaders Behave Differently. It’s easy...

Workforce 2020 By Mike Ettling - diginomica.com Today’s workplace is the most diverse work environment the world has ever seen. It’s the most multi-generational, with up to five different generations working together – each with different skills, experiences, work habits and motivations. More of our workers are...

By Cliff Oxford - forbes.com I am calling a “time-out” on the reading of any more articles, books, or publications on the subject of company culture. I can’t take it anymore. My brain’s bilge pump that normally filters out useless information has runneth over with this fantasy...

By Richard Rekhy - mydigitalfc.com TOP JOB: The world today needs leaders who follow a moral compass. Now is the time for companies to be inspirational and attract those who value integrity and believe in adding value to their communities and the greater world There is no...