Tag: adaptability

How to Improve Outcomes for Your Next Big Investment

Fix it and for­get it” might be a mot­to you can apply to some tasks in your per­son­al life. Don’t make the mis­take of using this phi­los­o­phy to run your busi­ness.

Have You Applied the Nudge Theory to Your Organization’s Leaders?

The lead­ers in your orga­ni­za­tion are like­ly doing well. But, do you sus­pect they could be doing a lit­tle bet­ter?

What to do about the Mad Hatter in Your Organization

The Hat­ter in Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adven­tures in Won­der­land is some­times called the Mad Hat­ter. Do you know why? And do you know why hav­ing an employ­ee who behaves like a Mad Hat­ter in your orga­ni­za­tion is a man­age­r­i­al call-to-action?

Workers Expect Employers to Share Their Ethical Concerns

In today’s job mar­ket, employ­ees have more pow­er than ever before. And they’re using this pow­er to try to con­vince com­pa­nies to behave accord­ing to the prin­ci­ples they val­ue most.

Does Your Management Manifesto Need a Refresh?

Recent­ly, Google updat­ed its man­age­ment man­i­festo. The company's find­ings may sur­prise you.

Manage Smarter 06 — Merrick Rosenberg: Adapting to and Working with Complex Personalities

Mer­rick Rosen­berg is the CEO of Take Flight Learn­ing and author of the book "The Chameleon: Life-Changing Wis­dom for Any­one Who Has a Per­son­al­i­ty or Knows Some­one Who Does." In episode 06, we dis­cuss why the most suc­cess­ful man­agers are the most flex­i­ble and most adapt­able — espe­cial­ly when it comes to com­mu­ni­ca­tion, how man­agers tend to cre­ate an envi­ron­ment in which they thrive, rather than their team mem­bers, and a new way to train employ­ees on DISC assess­ments that every­one will under­stand.

Adaptability: A Lifehack for Leadership

The con­cept of adapt­abil­i­ty, as devel­oped by Dr. Michael O’Connor, co-author of The Plat­inum Rule®, is a two-part process: flex­i­bil­i­ty and ver­sa­til­i­ty.