As leaders, we most often look to blogs, books or boardroom meetings for guidance, and yet sometimes it’s everyday life that hands us the best leadership insights. Recently life gifted me just such a lesson: the importance of asking, “How is this different?”
Giving back should come from the heart, but it can also help your career—and your health. As you work to make the world—or, at least, your corner of it—better, you could also be getting a professional boost. Here are four ways that giving back can help your career, and how to find opportunities to do so
Practice purposeful productivity, which requires a more intentional approach to tasks and to-dos. By combining prioritization techniques and efficiency hacks, you can take back your time and use it more wisely. Here are the tips that work.
Leadership development approaches are constantly evolving —and one key emerging trend is the integration of neuroscience concepts into training programs. By leveraging the science of how the human brain learns, we can better advance future leaders toward desired outcomes. What are neuroscience and brain-based learning concepts, and how can we harness its power to help our leaders? Here’s what you need to know.
Here are three practical strategies for leaders to take care of themselves, all centering around understanding and managing one’s own mind: Beware of your ego; choose courage over comfort; and practice caring transparency.
s your career feeling a little stagnant? Are your peers getting ahead while you seem stuck in one place? Lack of upward mobility is one of the most common complaints of women in today’s workforce. Here are a few tips on ways to reframe and overcome self-promotion difficulty.
People don’t realize they’re always negotiating. That is especially true with those in leadership roles. One way to enhance your leadership skills is to negotiate better. And this article delivers insights into how to do that.
Here are four strategies to find and collaborate with mentors who can help elevate your career and (particularly if your trying to change industries) can help you reach your goals.
The media and entertainment industry has taken multiple steps in recent years to diversify its workforce.
Mary Ann Sieghart, author of The Authority Gap and chair of the judges for this year’s Women’s Prize for Fiction, says women are undervalued and overlooked. But the reason why we need more women in power has far reaching benefits that go beyond the basic right to gender equality.
There’s a lot of advice out there for aspiring leaders hoping to advance in their careers. But what about developing others’ talents? Whether you are in a formal mentoring relationship or an informal one, there are things you can do to ensure that the experience is as beneficial as possible for your mentee.
Anupama Anantharaman, VP of product management at Interra Systems and one of this year’s winners of TVNewsCheck’s Women in Technology Futurist Award, is working on the cutting edge of streaming monitoring solutions.
Kelly Abcarian, EVP of measurement and impact at NBCUniversal and one of this year’s TVNewsCheck Women in Technology Futurist Award winners, sees measurement as a “team sport” that will be “all about collaboration” that her work is helping to realize.
Our beliefs about how we feel we need to “show up” for others can lead to extreme collaborative overload and burnout. This article introduces nine common beliefs to reflect on; guarding against them will help you reclaim your time and redirect your efforts to where your contributions can add the most value.
Here are five ways leaders can inspire accountability so that they support the team and dramatically improve results.
Making small tweaks to your meetings can actually help set the stage for bigger shifts in our communities and companies and go from diversity to inclusion.
Three actions to take so that your organizations are places where fairness, justice, equity and inclusion are the experience of all.
The E.W. Scripps Co. is leading a new consortium of broadcasters looking to bring political advertising to their connected TV platforms.
Fox Corp. highlighted its inclusion and diversity efforts during a recent panel discussion in which talent from its news, sports and entertainment divisions cited the need for an inclusive and authentic approach to diversity issues.
Being a GM is a complex job that requires balancing many competing interests to reach a few common goals. For those who seek it, the best groundwork is laid by learning every role at the station.