Meetings work best when everyone knows why they were invited and when everyone leaves knowing what to do. Stephen Lynch explains why great data helps make that happen.
Want to know how to get the most out of the rockstars you've found and hired? Adjunct Professor at the Kellogg School of Management and Chief Talent Officer at the executive recruiting firm Strong Suit, Jeff Hyman, interviewed our Head of Strategy, Stephen Lynch, for insights into how to handle a rockstar after he's helped you find one.
Teams working with the International Space Station are already some of the highest-functioning in the world. So how do they improve performance? The same way you can get your high-performing team to start growing your company. Find out here.
Today's managers are the first ones to have up to five different generations on their team. Bringing them all together requires techniques from the past and from the cutting edge of today's technology. The end result is better engagement and easier management. Find out how.
You want a team of A-Players, and you know that your management is the only way you can make that happen. But how do you get the best out of everyone? How do you keep them inspired? Stephen Lynch explains.
How do you handle a meeting where your A-players want to show off in front of co-workers who are trailing? Here's a way to arrange your praise so that everyone gets what they need, and you throw open the doors to greater participation.
Finding good people is always tough, and in today's job market it's nearly impossible. But there's a sure-fire way to make your own luck and end up with a successful hire most every time.
A lot of business leaders think that managing with metrics will require them to reveal too much private information. That's usually not the case, and there's a straightforward way to find out how much you really need.
What is "transparency?" Many executives reject the idea because so many extreme examples get the media's attention. But since there are so many benefits on the line, Ben Ridler, RESULTS' CEO, explains where to draw the line – in the real world.
Great meetings can create time. They're fast, effective and meaningful to everyone. They increase productivity. Learn how to make it happen.