Anyone interested in innovative ways to manage should head over to Quartz to read a great story about how Chipotle is transforming the way it hires and promotes employees. “In 2005, the U.S. company underwent a transformation that would make its culture as distinct as its food
The 2014 Senior Executive Symposium (SES) is quickly approaching. It takes place May 12-15 in Ithaca, New York, at Cornell University. In order to learn more about the program and what it offers leaders and future leaders, we spoke with IAVM member and past SES attendee, Kerry Painter
Applications for the 2014 Senior Executive Symposium (SES) close on March 31. This year’s focus is on leadership culture, and sessions will cover topics such as diversity in the workplace, ethical dimensions of leadership loyalty and brand management, and applied HR strategies.
Author Roger Dean Duncan has a great interview with Julia Tang Peters on the Forbes website that I recommend you read. Peters is the author of the forthcoming book, Pivot Points: Five Decisions Every Successful Leader Must Make. “Pivot points are the decision points when you c
I’ve never met anyone, manager or employee, that enjoys a performance review. Even if you know it’s going to be a good one, there’s still something nerve-wracking about having your work evaluated. Enter Satoris Culbertson, an assistant professor of management at Kans