When it comes to praise, leaders of any type (be they managers, parents, or coaches) hold unique power. The actions they exalt become standards of success, while those they critique become standards of failure.
Too often, leaders praise the wrong things and leave good work unremarked upon. The effect is that the people over whom they hold influence (be they employees, children, or mentees) are more … [ Read more ]
Content: Article | Authors: Adam Grant, Leah Fessle | Source: Quartz | Subjects: Human Resources, Leadership, Management, Organizational Behavior
The dynamics of companies change fundamentally when they exceed roughly 150 people, in ways that startup founders can struggle to address.
Content: Article | Author: Kevin J. Delaney | Source: Quartz | Subjects: Entrepreneurship, Organizational Behavior