Ego Is the Enemy of Good Leadership

On his first day as CEO of the Carlsberg Group, a global brewery and beverage company, Cees ‘t Hart was given a key card by his assistant. The card locked out all the other floors for the elevator so that he could go directly to his corner office on the 20th floor.

Coaching Questions in 6 Areas for Highly Effective Teams

Highly effective group and team coaches have a robust toolkit. That toolkit usually includes a variety of questions to support their clients in deepening awareness and taking action towards their important goals.

The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish

The Knowledge Project helps you build a world-class multi-disciplinary education that you can use to make better decisions and live a more meaningful and productive life.

A New Way to Become More Open-Minded

Benjamin Franklin knew he was smart — smarter than most of his peers — but he was also intelligent enough to understand that he couldn’t be right about everything.

Fewer Stars to Rise at Goldman Sachs as Partnership Class Shrinks

The Wall Street firm is set to name its smallest class of new partners in years this week, according to people familiar with the matter

Why being respectful to your coworkers is good for business

Looking to get ahead in your career? Start by being respectful to your coworkers, says leadership researcher Christine Porath.

The Sport Of Speaking

Public speaking is a physical activity – like hockey, football, or soccer. As a public speaker, you are a type of athlete because speaking involves physicality, muscle memory, and humanity.

Leading with Impact – Great Leaders Make Quality Decisions

In the last article I explored how leaders can sometimes feel alone due to the nature of the decisions they make. Now I will look at a simple way to improve the quality of decisions.