This article from Harvard Business Review explains how the language of leadership is misunderstood, underutilized, and more essential than ever. The author provides 4 essential strategies to use, as well as 4 tactics to avoid. This article, which originally appeared in the May-June 1998 Harvard Business Review, is offered in audio form exclusively through Audible.
Douglas Ready and Jay Conger say you can stop losing out on lucrative business opportunities because you don�t have the talent to develop them. What needs to be developed is a deep-seated commitment from senior executives to talent management.
Douglas A. Ready of the London Business School, Jay A. Conger of Claremont McKenna College, and Linda A. Hill of the Harvard Business School, explain how you can be the up-and-comer corporate leaders are looking for.
New research shows how to attract and retain the best employees in developing countries.
The June 2007 HBR begins with "If You Love Your Information, Set It Free" by David Weinberger which explains why you should embrace information aggregation. Then, in this month's cover story, Roger Martin says it's not enough to mimic the actions of great leaders - you need to really figure out how they think. Jonathan Zittrain says there's a way to keep the Internet safe without entirely sapping it of creative potential. Then learn how to develop a broader talent base in your company.