HBR Articles

Keep your company's toxic culture from infecting your team

By:
Annie McKee

“Culture is an incredibly powerful driver of human thought and behavior. It tells us what’s sacred and profane, right and wrong, good and bad. It provides guardrails that keep us in line and ensure we think, say, and do the right thing,” writes Annie McKee.

How to help your team with burnout when you're burned out

By:
Rebecca Knight

In the event of an emergency, all airplane passengers to know secure their own oxygen mask before assisting others. Managers can apply this same protocol to addressing burnout – in themselves on their team.

Stop lying to job candidates about the role

By:
Atta Tarki and Jeff Weiss

Stop lying to job candidates about the role

By
Atta Tarki and Jeff Weiss

Leaders know how important it is to find the best talent to fill job openings. However, they are also tasked with making their organization look like an attractive place to work – and the competition for talent is fierce in IT.

6 tips for running offsites that aren't a waste of time

By:
Melissa Raffoni

While there’s no shortage of ideas for how to make team offsites fun – from ropes courses to escape rooms – what managers really need are tips for making offsites “sticky.” “Team strategy offsite meetings are expensive and time-consuming,” writes Melissa Raffoni.

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Submitted By Stephanie Overby
November 13, 2019

Historically, CIOs and CMOs have often had an adversarial relationship. In the digital era, it's best to forge a partnership. CIOs share advice on how to build one

Submitted By Carla Rudder
November 13, 2019

Even if leaders prize communication skills on their team, they may be unintentionally guilty of these faux pas. Take your foot out of your mouth with these tips.

Submitted By Kevin Casey
November 12, 2019

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