Judith E. Glaser

  • 5 steps to make the workplace culture a celebration

    5 steps to make the workplace culture a celebration

    Recognize and reward good efforts. Great leaders identify, measure, recognize, and reward meaningful efforts and achievements—and celebrate often with the people involved. Why should managers and leaders celebrate more? Creating a feeling of celebration helps meet people’s needs for inclusion, innovation, appreciation, and collaboration – and now with the advances in neuroscience – we know

  • Make Candor a Priority

    Make Candor a Priority

    When Bayer, a $7 billion multinational pharmaceutical company, acquired a smaller $300 million diagnostic company, Rolf Classon the CEO, chose to call it a “merger.” Power-with Others He wanted to immediately establish a “power-with others” relationship with the new organization. I was part of a consulting team who facilitated a multi-day vision, values, and leadership

  • Developing Connections in the Workplace

    Developing Connections in the Workplace

    According to social science research conducted by Brian Uzzi, professor of leadership and organizational change at the Kellogg School of Management, most people choose friends and colleagues based on three principles that even they may not be aware of. Most people, according to the research, choose people strategically based on these decisions: Identify the most

  • You’ve Reached the Top – Now What?

    You’ve Reached the Top – Now What?

    Starting a business from scratch is different from stepping in and adding value to an existing company. Entrepreneurs love the challenges, risks, and thrills of doing what others have not done—envisioning new horizons, exploring the unknown, moving to the next peak and eventually reaching the top. So, why do so many ambitious and talented executives

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