Leadership. It is the highly coveted and fiercely debated professional skill that can define a person’s career and an organization’s legacy. According to a Harvard Business Review article, in 2015 more than $160 billion was spent in the U.S. on leadership development by corporate organizations. The need for strong and decisive leadership at an organization’s helm is imperative as executives seek to hone and grow their skills. Business moves at the speed of light and executiv
People don’t just leave companies for better leaders or greater opportunity, but more often they leave a company culture that doesn’t serve their professional goals or support their personal growth. This shouldn’t come as a surprise as Gallup consistently reminds us that nearly 70% of employees are disengaged at work due to generational differences, leadership changes, career stagnation and unresolved internal conflict.
Developing and retaining top talent is crucial for bu
With the cost of living consistently on the rise, Americans are working harder than ever as they pursue the American Dream for themselves and their families. According to a recent Gallup poll, employed adults work an average of 47 hours per week, or nearly six days a week, which is up by an hour and half from a decade ago. Having a really great company culture to nurture hardworking individuals is no longer an option, but a requirement in order to retain the best and brighte