Learn about how we use our proprietary Leadership IMPACT Assessment to identify individual leadership gaps, teams leadership perception gaps and organization level gaps. When utilized as part of our Leadership Resources Management solution, it helps detect toxic leaders in an organization.
Toxic leaders survive in organizations because they’re good at managing up. Therefore, you need a tool that assesses them by their peers, supervisor and direct reports. Analytics helps organizations identify toxic leaders because, if done properly, they are completely anonymous and data-driven. This eliminates potential retaliation that can occur with other types of assessments.
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.
Check out my live discussion on leadership with Rollis Fontenot III for the HRMaximizer Growth. Click on the link below to watch the session on LinkedIn.Continue reading “Growth Mondays Elite Leadership Discussion”
During the Academy Awards ceremony, I noticed a common theme from the presenters and winners, which was the importance of telling a good story. No matter what kind of movie, the best movies have the best stories. The best actors typically come from the best movies.Continue reading “Tell Oscar-Worthy Stories”
I had the pleasure of hearing E. Gordon Gee speak at a dinner several years ago when I taught in the Integrated Marketing Communications program at West Virginia University. I was so impressed with his ability to connect with the audience that I wrote an article about it back then and included his story in my book, “Prescribing Leadership in Healthcare.” He uses a lot of self-deprecating humor in his stories because it leads to high viral probability when posted on social media.
Here is the video from the event. Even if you only watch part the video, you will learn something about incorporating storytelling into your daily leadership practice.Continue reading “Lessons From a Master Storyteller”
Leaders need to be good storytellers, but if their storytelling doesn’t have the ‘Right Stuff,’ it may not be as effective.
Watch the video to learn about delivering the:
- Right Story, to the
- Right Audience, at the
- Right Time, with the
- Right Message
This is the last in the series of six videos on the various aspects of professional leadership. In this video, we will discuss the importance of Continuous Improvement in one’s leadership journey.Continue reading “What Professional Leaders Do – Part 6: Continuous Improvement (video)”