Toxic leaders are difficult to find using typical 360-reviews because they are text-based which makes them not completely anonymous. This can lead to retaliation if the reviewer is completely truthful about the leader’s performance. That’s why we provide a quantitative tool to provide completely anonymous feedback to the leader in our LeadershipRMS 360 strategy.
Toxic leaders are like weeds in a garden. If allowed to flourish, they will choke the productivity out of others around them.
The most frequent arguments against DEI initiatives are focused around competence and merit. On competence, they argue that a less competent person is receiving an opportunity because they are from a historically disenfranchised group. In actuality, less competent people have been receiving opportunities because they were from the majority population and/or had a relationship that provided them an unfair advantage for decades.Continue reading “Utilizing an Evidence-Based DEI Strategy”
Toxic leaders are like weeds in your garden or lawn. If you don’t remove them right away, they will infest your entire organization resulting in stifled growth, reduced morale and the departure of quality employees.Continue reading “Weeding Out Toxic Leaders in Your Organization”
Millennials and Generation Z: Your Leadership Skills Need to be Practiced for Career Success!
Here is my interview with Cascading Leadership’s Lawrence O. Brown, MBA on becoming a better leader.
Please listen to the full podcast wherever you get your podcasts or on Spotify.
Implementing a diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) program requires an organization-wide cultural change. This change needs to start from the top and permeate throughout every level. Some of the areas impacted by the change include promotions, assignments, hiring practices and resources planning. Additionally, individual managers will need to change the way they select or recommend people for an opportunity as well as embrace new processes while selecting from a broader pool of qualified candidates.Continue reading “Advancing Your DEI Initiatives With Data”
Radar is used in several aspects of our everyday lives. It works by using electromagnetic sensors to detect, locate, track and recognize objects from a distance. Some common uses include:
- Tracking weather patterns and storms by the weather service
- Tracking and monitoring airplanes by traffic control
- Tracking spacecrafts and other objects by NASA
- Tracking friendly and enemy forces by the military
Organizations lose good people every year. In this current era of workforce disruptions, the losses can be even worse. The challenge for organizations is to minimize the loss of their best leaders. This has implications not just for the current year but could reverberate for years to come from an interruption of your leadership pipeline. There are two strategies organizations should deploy immediately to minimize the loss of their best leaders in 2023 and beyond, including:Continue reading “Strategies to Retain Your Best Leaders in 2023”
Have you ever worked for a toxic leader? Fortunately for me, I have never been in that situation. I’ve worked for bad or ineffective leaders, but not a toxic one. Toxic leaders disrespect their employees, are abusive, unethical and typically don’t take responsibility when something goes wrong (but will take the credit when things go right).Continue reading “Tales From the Leadership Front: The Negative Impact of Toxic Leaders”
The Elite Leadership Academy Announces New Leadership Resources Management Solution, LeadershipRMS™, to Help Organizations Mitigate the Impact of the Current Workforce Disruptions.Continue reading “THE ELITE LEADERSHIP ACADEMY RELEASES SOLUTION TO MITIGATE THE IMPACT OF THE CURRENT WORKFORCE DISRUPTIONS”