When executives develop cultural agility--the capacity to recognize, understand, and respond appropriately to various cultures, and to work within those cultures to achieve business results--they massively expand their ability to advance their career.
Four out of 5 managers would say that they manage for results--but their people often have a different story to tell. Here are 3 questions to ask yourself to determine if you're managing for process or results.
I am a lousy mentee. It’s a funny admission to make as someone who makes her living as professional mentor. Sure, I train my clients on how best to leverage my expertise. Of course, that doesn’t mean that I follow my own advice very well.