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Excerpt from the Science of Leadership Academy: Overview of Accountability

We've gotten so many requests to see a sample video from the Science of Leadership Academy (our collection of 20+ hours of online leadership training) that we've put up a snippet for you!

This snippet is about 11 minutes long and gives an overview of the Stages of Accountability. In the full academy, the videos that would follow this one show leaders how to manage employees in each of these stages (e.g. what do you say when employees blame or make excuses?).

After you watch the video, if you want a full trial of the Science of Leadership Academy, visit here and request a demo.

Video: Here's How To Respond When You Get Constructive Criticism

We are all going to get criticized at some point.  So the key is learning how to respond to constructive criticism.  Mark Murphy shows you a 4-part model that will instantly help you respond more constructively when you get hit with constructive criticism.

Videos: Clips of Mark Murphy's Speeches and Leadership Training

Mark Murphy, is the founder of Leadership IQ, a New York Times bestselling author, a contributor to FORBES & LinkedIn.  And he’s lectured at The United Nations, Harvard Business School, Microsoft, IBM, MasterCard, Merck, and more.  Because we've gotten so many requests for one simple page of clips from Mark's speeches, we made this post.

Data: Employees Need More Resilience

Leadership IQ recently conducted a study involving over 30,000 employees. And among the many questions we asked was "When I really make a mistake, I immediately start looking for another chance to try again."  You can see from the chart below that there's a lot of room for improvement on this issue... 

Employee Engagement Data: Do you recommend your company?

Employee EngagementOne of the most common employee engagement survey questions is "I recommend this company as a great organization to work for."  So the employee engagement data below comes from a survey of 20,216 people from various size organizations.  What you can see from the interactive chart is how organization size is related to employee engagement scores.

Video: If You Want More Effective Meetings, Use This Tool For Ending 17 Minutes Early

Want more effective meetings? Here's a very simple way to cut 17 minutes from almost every team meeting you sit in. Have a statement of achievement. What is that? Well, we did a survey recently. We asked people coming out of meetings: "Was the meeting you were just in, did it accomplish its original objective?" We gave people 3 choices, "yes," "no," and "I have no idea."

Data Shows That Every Recruiter Needs To Start By Defining The Right Attitudes

It’s pretty hard to recruit a high performer if you don’t know what attitudes define being a high performer. And yet, that’s exactly what most companies are doing to their recruiters.  At Leadership IQ, we recently surveyed 656 human resources executives and asked them to what extent their organization had clearly and scientifically defined the attitudes that distinguish the highest performers from everyone else.

Video on Goal Setting: Are SMART Goals Dumb?


smart goals videoEvery company on earth has set SMART Goals.  But does that mean they're effective?  Not if the disturbing research we've done on goal setting is any indication.  In this video, Leadership IQ Founder Mark Murphy talks about some potential problems with SMART Goals.

Employee Engagement Shocker: Low Performers May Be MORE Engaged Than High Performers

Every leadeemployee engagement chart 1r wants employee engagement, but how much do you really know about engagement in your organization? For instance: are your high performers the most engaged employees? What about your middle performers: are they more engaged than your low performers? And how about your low performers: are they even engaged at all?

The Biggest Mistake With Behavioral Interview Questions

behavioral interview questionsThe following are some standard behavioral interview questions commonly asked by managers around the globe, and every one of them is seriously flawed. See if you can identify the problem:

  • Tell me about a time when you had to adapt to a difficult situation. What did you do?
  • Tell me about a time when you had to balance competing priorities and did so successfully.
  • Tell me about a conflict with a co-worker and how
     you resolved it.

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