Getting the most out of conversations goes past active listening. Understanding body language helps you perceive the real story behind the story.
Everyone knows how important verbal intelligence is in the workplace but emotional intelligence plays a big role, especially in leadership areas.
Leadership Lockdown Syndrome prevents leaders from properly processing new information and ideas but it can be prevented with a few simple steps.
When a leader speaks, people tend to listen carefully. Correct word choices and capable delivery are vital to imparting those messages correctly.
Neuroleadership, coined by Dr. David Rock in 1996, is an emerging field that applies neuroscience (the study of the nervous system including the brain) to leadership methods.
There are advantages to both skills-based and behavior-based interviewing techniques, but which one is best when hiring for leadership positions?
Open-ended, behavior-based interview questions can provide valuable insights into your prospect’s thought processes, personality, and work ethic.
Interviewing and hiring based solely on an applicant’s skill set has distinct advantages which can streamline and simplify the selection process.
Before the decision is made to hire for leadership positions based on skills or behavioral traits, there are some questions that should be asked.