To Strengthen Your Team, Embrace Your Failures

BY INC.COM Research from Harvard University’s Alison Wood Brooks says that failing to share how we’ve failed (and talking up our accomplishments too much) triggers “malicious envy” in peers. Such envy creates dysfunctional behavior as peers, or even direct reports, seek to tear down and undermine the successful leader, even while considering unethical means to…

How To Properly Define Your Passions & Purpose

By Porter Gale Over the years, I’ve worked with many companies and found the ones with lucid and succinctly described visions are more likely to succeed than those with unclear or highly complex visions. Yet as individuals, we often don’t take the time to clearly articulate our own passions or purpose. To help you define…