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Reflections on 2016 US presidential election and the leadership qualities needed during times of turmoil and transition.
Learn key considerations for evaluating where to make a strategic investment in leadership development for your organization.
The heady days of fast growth are thrilling, but how do you lead your organization to sustainable success as it gets bigger?
How a growth mindset that employs powerful questions can spur innovation by opening up discussion and solutions.
Lisa Lahey, co-author of the groundbreaking book, Immunity to Change, will join Next Step Partners in an event for Bay Area business and non-profit leaders.
For all HR leaders who need to get executive team support for Leadership Development programs, we have some tried and true approaches and tips.
Next Step Partners announces Leadership Exchange to connect Bay Area leaders with peers to share perspectives and strategies on current business challenges.
Brandon Hall awards high honors to Leading in a Global Enterprise, a program that Next Step Partners created with their client, Genentech.
Leaders who don’t have time to think are in trouble, as are their organizations. To make time, deciding not to do other things is one option. Otherwise, the time to think, and mental freedom, can come only from true empowerment. (more…)
It’s fine to be unwaveringly committed to goals like opportunity, high-quality education, good health, and security. It’s harmful to be unwaveringly committed to particular ways to reach those goals. For many, the U.S. Congress is without peer when it comes to organizational dysfunction. (more…)
Have you ever experienced one of those moments when you know that what you’ve been doing will no longer work – that your team is self-destructing by having the same debilitating struggles, or that you are damaging your long-term health by attempting to maintain unmanageable levels of stress (more…)