Category Archives: Leadership
BEWARE THE BLACK AND WHITE TOP UNION LEADER National union leaders seem to have a tendency to see the world as black or white. They refuse to recognize the world’s gray despite the fact that unions are all about pointing … Continue reading
THIS IS OUR TIME: HOW WOMEN ARE TAKING OVER THE LABOR MOVEMENT There is a very thought-provoking USATODAY article by this same title posted on MSN that we want to bring to your attention. Check it out here.
HARVARD OFFERS INSIGHT ON WHY SOME MANAGERS ARE DOMINATORS The on-line Harvard Business Review just posted a piece entitled, “Good Bosses Switch Between Two Leadership Styles.” The two styles are managing by dominating subordinates versus inspiring through the prestige of … Continue reading
6 WORKPLACE MYTHS YOU NEED TO STOP BELIEVING Union and agency leaders spend endless hours arguing about how to make the job more satisfying for employees while simultaneously making the employee more productive. Most of their conversations derail because of … Continue reading
UNION LEADERSHIP The Dean of the Duke University School of Business is getting some publicity today for what he said about leadership. A reporter asked him about teaching leadership and the Dean responded, “The classic model of leadership is to … Continue reading
THANKS, VIC. WE WILL MISS YOU. Please excuse the briefest of sentimental moments on our part. Vic Gotbaum died last week, ending his monumental stream of contributions to American labor unions, and we want to help folks remember what he … Continue reading