Tag: leadership

Forming a Successful Active Threat Plan

We’ve all seen the news. Random acts of violence, including those in the workplace, are on everyone’s radar. Today we’ll hear from security expert Jay Hart about what your company can do to begin thinking about avoiding and, more importantly, dealing with an active threat at the workplace. By Jay Hart Hart, director of Force […]

How Do You Compare to our 2015 HiPo Survey?

Take a look at the results for BLR’s 2015 High Potential Employee (HiPo) survey. Check out how you compare against your competitors! Highlights of the HiPos and Succession Planning Survey: While 92.3% feel that identifying HiPos is important, only 44% of respondents say their company actively attempts to identify HiPos. More than half of respondents […]

True change starts with the person you see in the mirror

by Dan Oswald In 1987, Michael Jackson released a song titled “Man in the Mirror.” The theme of the song is clear: If you want the world to be different, if you want it to be a better place, the change needs to start with you—the person in the mirror. The song included the lines, […]

Leadership Development: A Q&A with Lee Ellis

Lee Ellis, a nationally recognized leadership consultant, award-winning author, and colonel USAF (retired) is often asked these questions on the topic of leadership development.

Focusing on Employees’ Emotional Intelligence to Build a Successful Company

By Lori LaCivita, PhD, Walden University’s School of Psychology While today’s multigenerational workforce is positioned to be one of the most effective and productive, the generational differences in values, beliefs, leadership styles, and motivators can also lead to conflicts that negatively affect productivity. As four generations now work side by side, industrial and organizational (I-O) […]