What can you do to stop conspiracy theorists from running the gossip mill at your company? Cynthia Wang, a clinical professor of management and organizations at the Kellogg School and a team of researchers, looked into why people start and spread conspiracy theories.
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Sharon Smith has an extensive background in cybersecurity, She is passionate about helping organizations improve their security posture through hiring and retaining top security talent along with helping security executives lead strong teams and create a culture of security in their organizations. In episode 33, we discuss: ways some managers fall short and the damage it could cause, how to build a company culture oriented around cybersecurity and preventative measures to secure mail and data systems.
We all know there’s no “I” in the word team. Today, it’s hard to find a workplace where the emphasis isn’t on teams. But, not every employee is comfortable working in a team environment.
My way or the highway. That is the motto of many old-school leaders who are focused on getting the job done. Failure to encourage questions could indicate negative leadership traits.
Cy Wakeman is a drama researcher, global thought-leader, and New York Times best-selling author who is recognized for cultivating a counter-intuitive, reality-based approach to leadership. In episode 32, we discuss: Cy's definition of drama, and the effects on the workplace, acceptable ways to react to drama that has been created and how to hire low drama employees.
A Robert Half Management Resources survey points to some of the current problems employers face when they focus on work-life balance. Here’s what to watch out for.
Jennifer Crittenden is the author of The Discreet Guide for Executive Women as well as What’s A Guy To Do? How To Work with Women and several other titles. Through her company, The Discreet Guide, she offers professional development training programs and workshops in “Exceptional Presence” and interpersonal/communication skills. Crittenden is considered a
Few transitions are more intimidating than moving from a staff position into a management role. To succeed in your new role, you’ll need to transmit your thoughts and ideas into words that motivate and portray credibility.
Carter Cast is a business professor at Northwestern University, venture capitalist and the author of the award-winning book, The Right (and Wrong) Stuff: How Brilliant Careers are Made - and Unmade. Business Insider called it "one of 17 must-read books for 2018." Also a venture partner at Pritzker Group Venture Capital, Cast has played pivotal roles are some of the most iconic consumer brands including Walmart.com, PepsiCo and Frito-Lay. In episode 30, we discuss: why good people sometimes sabotage their own career, the five archetypes of career self-sabotage, how small businesses and digital companies can co-exist and compete with Amazon.