Companies and boards that want to ensure a successful, sustainable pipeline of female leaders need to show them a clear development path that is outcome-based, purpose-driven and sets sights on attainable goals.
Choosing a new leader is often the single most important decision a board will make, yet between a quarter and a third of companies don’t have a succession plan in place—and even those who do often get it wrong.
There’s nothing quite like a catastrophe to shake up the status quo—and this one isn’t over yet. But directors are already mining the wreckage of 2020 for lessons on emerging stronger, faster and ready for whatever is next. Here’s what they’ve found.
Do too many of your company’s best ideas go nowhere? Why are some of your smartest people silent in brainstorming sessions? Best-selling author Patrick Lencioni offers answers to these and other key business questions with his most provocative—and productive—idea so far: The Six Types of Working Genius.
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