Julie Winkle Giulioni works with organizations worldwide to improve performance through leadership and learning. Named one of Inc. Magazines top 100 leadership speakers, Julie is the co-author of the Amazon and Washington Post bestseller, “Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go: Career Conversations Employees Want,” a respected speaker on a variety of topics, and a regular contributor to many business publications.
To make the most of cognitively diverse teams, it’s important that members understand and appreciate the value of the differences.
A guide to figure out how you can be most productive for your situation.
Virtual teams are commonplace, but companies still struggle to lead and develop these groups.
Want to optimize performance? Continue this timeless and musical advice: “Accentuate the positive. Eliminate the negative. Latch on to the affirmative.”
Newtonian physics offers a new way to look at how to motivate teams to keep growing.
Leaders can't protect against every danger, but they can help with their employees' psychological safety.
The coach’s mindset is multifaceted; in fact, it’s actually five different mindsets, all of which are required to enhance one’s ability to help others realize their potential, perform optimally and engage in continuous learning.
For visions to be useful tools, they can’t be relegated to posters and badge cards. They must become a living and breathing part of day-to-day work and interactions.
What employees really want doesn’t come in a box or require a bow. And it’s certainly not restricted to December.
Leaders can't ignore their talent pipelines any longer.