Hillary Clinton’s current lead in the presidential race has very little to do with Hillary Clinton or the kind of leadership she has demonstrated to date. Poll after poll shows that millions of Americans don’t see Hillary Clinton as trustworthy. I’m one of those Americans and what Clinton did this week in connection with her on-going email mess reinforces this untrustworthiness.
Finally…they said it wouldn’t happen. He said he wouldn’t do it. When I wrote about Donald Trump in my newly released book, Lessons in Leadership, I predicted he wouldn’t do it. But just yesterday he came pretty damn close. What did Trump do?
Every organization—whether it’s a large corporation, a family-run business, or a small mom-and-pop shop—must have a strong plan of succession and a short list of potential leaders ready to step up and take charge when the current boss steps aside or is forced out for health or other reasons.
It’s hard enough to lead successfully when times are good, but when times get challenging or uncertain, a leader will find it much harder to succeed and get team members to stay on board and remain loyal if he or she has not established trust. Yet, trust is a very complex thing. It’s so hard to achieve but so easy to lose, and once you lose it, it seems so hard to
The Case of Hillary Clinton's Emails
With my newest book, Lessons in Leadership, coming out next month, which includes a major section on the
Once again Donald Trump offers a classic "Lesson in Leadership" on how not to lead. Trump continually says and does things that make it clear he lacks the temperament, demeanor and the emotional intelligence to lead this country. Now,
by Steve Adubato, PhD
There is no exact science to the art of leadership. People are moved and motivated by all kinds of people, events, and circumstances. So how do you keep people happy and productive, and how much of that has to do with great leadership and truly getting to know your team? Here are some tangible tips and tools that belong in your leadership tool kit: