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4 books to boost your leadership education

November 10, 2022
With the holidays approaching (and hopefully providing some downtime), here’s what we’re reading right now.

Calling all geniuses

November 10, 2022
The 2022 winners of the prestigious MacArthur Genius Grants have been chosen for their, well, innovative thinking and little gray brain cells.

Are you suffering from social jet lag?

November 10, 2022
Almost half of U.S. adults experience some “social jet lag,” according to a new study published in the journal JAMA Network Open. The term refers to the mismatch between your biological time, determined by an internal body clock, and your social clock, influenced by work and school, as well as social activities.

Is your worker in crisis?

November 10, 2022
The consequences of covid have caused many workers to struggle with issues of grief, financial strain, anxiety and isolation. One mental health-care provider reported a 2,000% increase in workers accessing telehealth care between late 2020 and early 2021.

Elon Musk has entered the building

November 10, 2022
Whether you love or hate him, the brash billionaire, founder of SpaceX and CEO of Tesla Motors, has made his reputation as one of the world’s greatest innovators.

Okay, you’re a perfectionist

November 10, 2022
Maybe you’re hard to please. But tough love doesn’t need to be part of your leadership style and can backfire, especially these days when more employees are walking out than walking in.

91-year-old Warren Buffett says you can spot a great leader by simply looking for this one trait

November 10, 2022
Warren Buffett knows a thing or two about leadership. As longtime chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, the 91-year-old billionaire and Harvard reject earned the moniker “The Oracle of Omaha” for his savvy investment advice. He is also famous in corporate circles for hiring the best people.

Combat “quiet quitting”

November 10, 2022
What started as a TikTok rant against the “hustle culture” has ricocheted across social media. It’s the latest sign that employees are setting stricter boundaries around the work-life balance.

Leaders at the helm of “job quality”

November 10, 2022
Leaders have learned a critical lesson since the Great Resignation: providing good pay and benefits to all workers. According to Pew Research, 63% of employees who quit their jobs in 2021 cited low pay as the top reason, and that’s for both blue- and white-collar employment sectors alike.

Executive flight—leaders are quick quitting

November 10, 2022
According to a new Deloitte study, 70% of executives are considering leaving their current jobs for a more supportive workplace. Executives are struggling—reporting record low experience scores, including 40% more work-related stress and anxiety and 20% worse work-life balance over the last year, new research from the Future Forum Consortium shows.