Leadership


When layoffs and a recession collide with the future of work agenda

An interview with Lars Schmidt, founder of the human-resources advisory firm Amplify, about how leaders can approach cuts while still investing in people.

When layoffs and a recession collide with the future of work agenda

What to do when you can't please everyone

Tips for being effective at work while also not needing to make everyone happy, and other top takeaways from the EmTech Next summit.

What to do when you can't please everyone


Book Briefing

'A New Way to Think' by Roger L. Martin:

The new book by Rotman business school's former dean provides examples of how cultural change is best pursued indirectly, through day-to-day shifts rather than top-down decrees.

'A New Way to Think' by Roger L. Martin:

Interview

What can lead businesses to take a stand

Research suggests that a key ingredient for corporate action is what Wharton's Stephanie Creary calls “social authorization.”

What can lead businesses to take a stand

Book Briefing

'Redesigning Work' by Lynda Gratton: How to make hybrid work for everyone

This new book is a substantive guide to changing how we work using a four-step design process.

'Redesigning Work' by Lynda Gratton: How to make hybrid work for everyone

Book Briefing

'Partnering' by Jean Oelwang: The secrets of effective partnerships in work and life

What makes a business or personal partnership successful? A close look at prominent partnerships suggests tactics to try.

'Partnering' by Jean Oelwang: The secrets of effective partnerships in work and life

Book Briefing

The First, the Few, the Only by Deepa Purushothaman: How business can evolve with women of color leading

This former Deloitte executive wrote the book to help other women of color “question everything” and redefine power in their own ways, and for everyone else to understand the need for a new playbook for leadership.

The First, the Few, the Only by Deepa Purushothaman: How business can evolve with women of color leading