Intrapreneurs are curious, passionate, and creative people who lead positive change inside the companies where they work. Through their “grassroots” initiatives, they build support in the lower levels of an organization and create change from the bottom up.
Remember that shiver down your spine the first time you got game-changing Voice of Customer (VOC) feedback? If you’re like me, you couldn’t wait to spring into action and make improvements. And then you hit roadblocks.
Leading during uncertain times drains your energy. Difficult decisions and tough conversations cause stress and anxiety for all leaders. Here are three ways to increase energy, creativity, and emotional intelligence when leading through uncertainty.
As the novel coronavirus spreads across the globe, people are working from home more than ever before. The transition is happening dramatically, as businesses figure out how to enable remote work, often for the first time.
As leaders, we are called to inspire people with a vision of the future that creates purpose for their work. This requires us to connect with our colleagues on an emotional level, making emotional intelligence an essential component of effective leadership.