What You Can Do to Combat Racism at Work

What You Can Do to Combat Racism at Work

We had planned a different blog for today. But the death of George Floyd and the surrounding events compelled us to address racism at work. With the country once again in turmoil following (another) death of a Black man at the hand of a law enforcement officer, we are...
How to Develop Leadership Competencies in Your Millennials

How to Develop Leadership Competencies in Your Millennials

As the largest generation in the labor force, what leadership competencies do Millennials need to lead our next-generation workforce? In 2016, Millennials surpassed the previous generation (Generation X) to become the largest generation in the U.S. labor force, making...
Should You Adopt Reverse Mentoring at Your Workplace?

Should You Adopt Reverse Mentoring at Your Workplace?

Last week, Cambridge University announced a new reverse mentoring initiative aimed at addressing charges of institutional racism. Introduced by the university’s equality and diversity department, the program pairs senior white academics and management personnel with a...
How to Combat “Accidental” Leadership With Data

How to Combat “Accidental” Leadership With Data

When you meet a great leader, you know it. It’s inspiring. Energizing. There’s a palpable, positive energy. You feel motivated to do your best. Even if you can’t quite articulate exactly why, you feel compelled to follow and learn and go where that leader leads. Truth...
3 Keys to Successful Federal Leadership Development

3 Keys to Successful Federal Leadership Development

We need leaders at all levels of the federal government. As the economic, political and demographic landscapes shift, those leaders must thrive in an ever-changing, digitally connected and transparent world. Leadership development programs require attention to...