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By Jack Zenger and Joe Folkman
Regular coaching will improve productivity, employee engagement, retention, employee development, and supervisor performance.
White Papers — May, 2019
Jack Zenger and Joe Folkman share 20 key insights from The Extraordinary Leader: Turning Good Managers Into Great Leaders.
By Jack Zenger Joe Folkman and Kurt Sandholtz
The authors offer a unique point of view on why extraordinary leaders mean extraordinary profits.
By Joe Folkman
A clear perspective on what can be done to make a competency model not only more memorable, but also incredibly useful to an organization.
By Jack Zenger
At what age is it optimal to begin developing leadership skills? Are we waiting too long? Jack Zenger shares his opinion along with supportive data.
By Jack Zenger, Joe Folkman, and Chris Evans
Businesses are becoming more global, which in turn drives the need for more leaders. In this article, see what needs to be done to implement a global leadership development program.
White Papers — April, 2019
By Jack Zenger, Joe Folkman, Bob Sherwin and Barbara Steel
A commonly held belief is that strengths taken too far cease to be strengths and become liabilities or weaknesses. In this article, see why we have take an entirely opposite point of view.
Thought leader Jack Zenger illustrates why building strengths is the key to a strong development plan.
Overwhelming evidence proves that extraordinary leaders create far more economic value for an organization than leaders that are good.
Joe Folkman identifies 9 essential leadership behaviors that have the greatest impact on employee satisfaction and commitment, especially during turbulent times.
By Jack Zenger, Joe Folkman, and Joyce Palevitz
This white paper identifies how organizations can create reservoirs of talent by focusing development around three areas: competence, passion, and organizational need.
Jack Zenger and Joe Folkman dive deep into their analysis of what makes leaders inspiring and motivating.
With practical insights, Jack Zenger offers leaders an easy-to-understand guide on how to effectively use emotion in the workplace.
Packed with keen insight, learn some useful tips on how to make even tough goals seem attainable.
To help leaders become more inspiring, Joe Folkman offers a pragmatic way to take the first step on the road to inspirational leadership.
Jack Zenger outlines the need for positive emotions in the workplace and offers practical tools to help leaders make better use of their emotions.
Based on scores of surveys, Scott Edinger outlines 25 detailed behaviors that leaders can use to become more inspiring.
Jack Zenger and Joe Folkman present a three-fold approach to increasing effectiveness of performance appraisals with 5 corresponding keys to helping employees improve.
Thought leaders, Jack Zenger and Joe Folkman, expound on how to improve feedback practices to ensure the greatest benefit for the giver and the receiver.
Thought leader, Joe Folkman describes a model consisting of three elements to help accept feedback from others and turn that feedback into change.
By Jack Zenger and Kathleen Stinnett
In this excerpt from The Extraordinary Coach, thought leaders Jack Zenger and Kathleen Stinnett detail why good coaching is a successful component of any management style.
Designed to help every kind of professional coach, the authors offer some useful tips on how to make the most of every coaching session.
Assessment expert Joe Folkman expounds on how to make employee surveys that drive real change.
Joe Folkman takes a detailed look at the data behind the 360-degree survey and outlines the statistical significance of his findings.
By Joe Folkman, Jack Zenger and Wayne Hintze
The authors offer 10 practical suggestions to help improve any employee survey.
By Joe Folkman & Jack Zenger
In this article, the authors outline the crucial elements for a best-in-class 360-degree assessment.
Thought leader Jack Zenger offers a unique take on where leaders come from in today’s business world.
With so much distrust on Wall Street, the authors offer grounded arguments to help improve the quality of leadership in this world.
Research shows that leaders set the bar for an organization’s leadership effectiveness.