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.
Leaders are trained to develop plans, there’s little training on or discussion about what happens to plans after they're submitted and underway.
Remaining current and competitive demands new mindsets, habits, and ways of interacting with the world around us.
Attrition is a fact of organizational life. It’s not a matter of if but when it will happen. How will you respond?
The power of modeling cannot be overstated. Simply living one’s own mindfulness practice offers an opportunity to lead by example.
You don't need to get an MBA to make yourself smarter about your industry.
Leaders need to make sure meetings deliver maximum value and don't take over everyone's schedules.
People can still do things that machines can't, but it helps if they're properly inspired by their leaders.
How frequently do you hold back because you're afraid of not being perfect?
Striving for work-life blur requires a new mindset -- and a new way of measuring progress.
Since too much of a good thing is still too much, leaders need to check themselves and their behavior on a regular basis.