The Lost Art of the Handwritten Note

When it comes to crafting more engaging employee communications, one solution is literally in business leaders' hands. From supervisors of small teams to CEOs of large companies, organizational ...

Executives Can Learn Plenty by Just Listening

All a leader needs to do is listen, and that simple act can help improve or even turn around an organization that needs change, according to Margot Murphy Moore, a graduate of the Massachusetts ...

Does Your Leadership Style Fly?

Merrick Rosenberg was addressing the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce this November when his past came back to haunt him. The CEO of Take Flight Learning in Marlboro, N.J., and a sought-after ...

The Power of Positive Persuasion

Every workplace request for help, resources, money, time and equipment is a negotiation. And like any negotiation, you have to choose an approach ranging from "win-win" to "I win, you lose." To ...

What Can the Battlefield Teach Us About Leadership?

As we celebrate the Memorial Day and Independence Day holidays, it is appropriate to reflect on the qualities necessary to be a good leader. The legacies of some of America's renowned generals appear ...