Meghan M. Biro wrote a new post, #TChat Preview: Inspire Or Retire Leadership Theorem, on the site Lead Change Group 4 months ago
Leadership is everyone’s business. Meghan M. Biro and Kevin W. Grossman explore this fact with guest Thomas S. Narofsky as he discusses the inspire or retire leadership theorem.
The TalentCulture #TChat Show is […]
Here there be haters. It’s unavoidable. It’s inevitable. It’s sadly undeniable when it happens, because it will. You may love what you do, and love many with which you do it, and where you do it, but at some point […]
We laughed as we said it, sitting together in the mothership executive conference room at Peoplefluent planning our global domination strategy.
(Editor’s Note: Last week at #TChat Events, the TalentCulture community explored best practices in candidate screening with Chris Mursau, Vice President at Topgrading, and Jean Lynn, VP of HR at Home Instead […]
Ted Coine shared 8 Leadership Lessons from Billionaires over on the Talent Culture blog. Check it out!
Being rich doesn’t mean you’re wise, and it doesn’t mean you’re good. All it means for sure is that you’re […]
Meghan M. Biro wrote a new post, Social Influence and Your Brand: Connecting the Dots [Webinar], on the site Lead Change Group 6 months, 3 weeks ago
“Don’t try to invent a tribe. Show up to lead one that exists.”
Today’s hyper-connected digital world has opened the door to a whole new era in brand development.
Employers, HR professionals and job […]
Hi Shawn! My never ending travel cycle finds me just responding to you now. It’s nice to know I have a community like Lead Change to return to. Thanks very much for taking the time to comment on my post. Even born leaders can overtly/inadvertently miss the basic steps and want to jump ahead to [...]
Meghan M. Biro commented on the blog post 5 Things Every CEO Should Know About Talent Alignment 3 years, 3 months ago
Important and impactful thoughts Lisa. You capture the idea of creating a magnetic leadership program succinctly here. Simulations are important for people to understand the dynamics involved. Often leaders who are “magnetic” have trouble when actually creating the next steps – this typically means attracting (recruiting) and nurturing (retaining)…[Read more]
Thank you Ben. This illustrates a powerful point! Giving trust takes faith and keeping this trust takes time and consistency. I like the nuance here. Nutshell – it’s all about leadership behaviors that model.
Hello Maria. Nice to see you here. I’m a big proponent of consistent behavoirs that back up promises in the workplace. Leaders and employees should endeavor to stay vigilant on this tack. Listening is definitely the first important step…
Greg, Thanks very much. It’s always valuable to hear your viewpoint. Trust is very challenging to inspire once it has been breached. If trust is lost the only route back is open communication and behaviors (key) that demonstrate new promises from a leadership perspective. So often a windy and difficult road…you are absolutely right. It’s [...]
Hello Kate. Thank you for stopping by. Appreciate. Exactly my point – the new social web economy calls for more action than ever before on the part of leaders. Agree, personalizing services is definitely always a smart solution to drive overall productivity (and certainly this will nurture employee engagement on the inside of a workplace [...]
So glad you enjoyed my post Jeff. I know you can relate to the “peaks and valleys” example here. Very true = Trust simply takes time and patience. Often we experience leaders that think about this concept in terms of “fixing trust” rather than a process that organically unfolds over the natural course of time. [...]
Thank you very much Georgia. My travel schedule finds me just getting to this comment now – Appreciate your patience. I really like your feedback. Yes, my point directly ties into the complex power issues that are often innate to situations leaders face. Often people who experience self-esteem issues feel a lack of support from [...]
Hello Jacqui! Appreciate your patience with my response. Travel has a way of micro-managing my schedule lately. Thank you so much for stopping by here to share your feedback. It’s refreshing to hear (leaders should always at minimum strive to walk the talk – right?) leaders are getting in closer touch with their vision and [...]
Heather Coleman’s excellent post on trust started me thinking about some of the attributes of trust. In the web economy, trust must have at least three components: identity, privacy and security. Many social-networking powerhouses such as Facebook have two but not three, and sometimes only one, of these attributes, on any given day. In the web…[Read more]
Meghan Biro commented on the blog post Leading with the Heart— and a Dash of Emotional Intelligence 3 years, 9 months ago
Thank you William! Nice to see you here. Glad to keep the conversation moving with you. It’s no longer good enough to be in survival mode. This type of philosophy simply does not work for any sustainable organization. The true ROI of a leader lies in their ability to rise to the ocassion and become [...]
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