Peter Drucker write one of the classic leadership books of all time, The Effective Executive. It has had wide-spread influence to the point that most modern leadership and business books have Drucker’s “finger prints” on them, whether or not the author even knows it. Here are 40 of the best quotes from The Effective Executive in two parts: Part 1 & Part 2.
It’s natural to think that new employees are wooed by perks: gym memberships, free food, cool office spaces, etc. While those things are nice and make for a good work environment, they have less impact on whether an employee wants to come join your team than you might think. Here’s what they are really looking for from an employer.
No matter what your opinion of Amazon is, there is no denying that it is one of the most powerful businesses in the world. Jeff Bezos is Amazon’s founder and CEO. Here are 5 simple and profound leadership lessons we can learn from him, shared by Thom Rainer.
Every business or organization fails sometime at something. Failures sting, but they don’t have to leave long-term damage. Joshua Steimle shares how to win from your failures at Entrepreneur.com.
Good leaders develop other leaders and perpetuate success. But nobody gets it right every time. Sometimes we pour into and work with a person only to realize it’s going nowhere and the potential we thought we saw might not be there after all. Scott Cochrane shares 3 signs you are developing the wrong person.