Regardless of potential concerns about utilizing artificial intelligence (AI) in the workplace, I still think it could be helpful. In particular, I’m dreaming of an AI executive assistant for all of us.
A compulsively collaborative culture can make leaders neurotic about pursuing ideas they come up with on their own. It makes it hard to be a visionary. Without visionaries, we’ll have far fewer bold, next-big-thing ideas.
Asking employees for long-winded, in-depth feedback about their bosses as part of a 360-degree performance review can be daunting, but requesting them to submit a list of the top few things they would like to change about their bosses quickly gets to the point of how each manager most needs to improve.
In leadership development programs, should there be a segment on how to gain the attention of people in the organization who can support and bolster an employee’s career? If so, what can you teach people about how to do that?