Leadership Development

Today, we conclude Stephen Shapiro’s three-part series on Innovation as a Weapon in Global Competition with his best thinking on creating a culture of innovation.  Last week’s post addressed strategies that have worked, such as making everyone accountable, replacing rigid processes with clear business objectives,...

By Martin Couzins - TrainingZone Leaders and managers prefer to learn informally, according to a study on leadership development carried out by GoodPractice. The GoodPractice research looked at the key challenges faced by managers in UK organisations today, where they go for support and to understand the...

By Jack Zenger - Contributor to Forbes.com When senior executives are asked in a casual conversation what they most value in a subordinate, the most frequent answer is “honesty” or “integrity.”  Because of the consistency of this response from senior executives, as our leadership development firm...

By Bernardus Holtrop, Principal Consultant at Linkage. Today, we begin a three-part Q & A series with Rita Buscher, Marketing Campaign Manager, and Bernardus Holtrop, Linkage Principal Consultant. Bernardus has experience developing leadership development programs and personalized strategies that foster bottom line results, improved work relationships, and organizational transformation....