By now we all know the power of the hashtag. No hashtag in particular, as any number of them can help someone go viral, start a civil rights movement, a dance craze, elevate political exposure, or shine a high beam on criminal misdeeds. The list of results is essentially endless. And like many hashtag results, … Continue reading Life Imitates Art, Then Someone Falls from a Moving Car
I have a love hate relationship with this blog. I hate that I have to write about this content. To me a lot of what I write is common sense, or should be. But then, as I’ve gotten older, I’ve learned that common sense isn’t all that common. Which brings me to why I love … Continue reading Have I Been Poisoned?
Trammel should know. His leadership as a CEO has produced successful, nine-figure acquisitions for two Fortune 500 companies. Here’s what the author of “The CEO Tightrope” and current CEO of Khorus, a business management software company, said to keep an eye on if you support those in the top spot.
1.Lack of control and influence. The challenge for CEOs is to have employees do exactly what the CEO would do in any given situation. It’s difficult for CEOs to influence everyone directly once companies reach more than about 25 people. Many struggle with this lack of control, either by micromanaging or taking a hands-off management approach. Continue reading “3 Leadership Challenges to Watch for in 2015 #leadership #power #learning”