Addressing the leadership gender gap in healthcare and academic medicine

By Bill Springer on March 3, 2015

Linkage’s Leadership Summit for Women: Leading the Future of Healthcare and Academic Medicine is specifically designed to help high-potential women leaders advance in those specific fields with the skills and knowledge they—and their organizations—need to succeed.

Free webinar recording: Cracking the Code to Inclusive Behaviors

By Rory Cellucci on March 2, 2015

View this free webinar and master new and proven behaviors, characteristics, and skills of inclusive leadership.

Top 5 posts of the month

By Bill Springer on February 27, 2015

Tracking the most popular posts of the year helps us continue to improve—and sparks some friendly competition between our bloggers too! Please take a minute to check out some of our most popular posts.

Be still and be a better leader

By Marty Jordan on February 26, 2015

The paradox of productivity is: In order to be a better, more productive leader, you must take time to quiet your mind and be still.

How to keep high-performing teams performing

By Charley Morrow on February 25, 2015

Even successful teams get off track. Many high-performing teams that work well day-to-day don’t do so well when the game changes or stress goes up.

Stop the self-sabotage!

By Susan Brady on February 24, 2015

Is your inner critic holding you back? Have you found inner-critic-management techniques that work for you?

Don’t miss this week’s free webinar: Effective Strategies for Aligning Your ERG with the Business

By Muriel Jones on February 23, 2015

Join this free webinar to learn best practice examples from leading organizations on how to align ERGs with key business needs.

The best executive coaches “fit” with their clients

By Bill Springer on February 20, 2015

It may not be possible to develop an authentic commitment to executive coaching through sheer willpower alone. But you can develop a mindset, i.e. new ‘automatic’ cognitive messages, that will help you counter your own resistance to change.

Teams usually fail from the top down

By Charley Morrow on February 19, 2015

If athletes have the talent to succeed, and the team still falls short, something must be wrong with the people in charge. According to recent data from Linkage’s research on team effectiveness, a similar pattern may apply to most business teams.

Women in leadership: What inspires you?

By Bill Springer on February 18, 2015

What inspires you? It’s a powerful question that will shape and propel your leadership journey. In this short video clip, over 80 women leaders at our most recent Women in Leadership Institute™ agreed to share what inspires them.