According to the latest Women in the Workplace report by McKinsey, in partnership with LeanIn.Org, women leaders are leaving their companies at a higher rate than has ever been seen. The report highlights that for every woman at the director level who gets promoted to the next level, two women directors are choosing to leave […]
Coaching is a significant investment in an individual leader. In Nebo’s nearly two decades of delivering coaching solutions in organizations, we know that effective sponsors – or supervisors – can greatly influence the outcomes of coaching, thus maximizing the organization’s return on investment.
Working in a remote capacity is not as simple as taking home your laptop and doing everything you’d do in an office.
In the past two weeks, leaders everywhere are in search of answers – or at least economic and health crisis forecasts that can provide the basis for emergency and near-term strategy development. When the going gets tough, leaders benefit from coaching. While it can be hard to make the decision to spend at a time like this, here are five reasons why leadership coaching might be the best investment you make this year.
The emergence of virtual teams means that more and more leaders are finding themselves leading in ways they aren’t used to. Virtual teams have many advantages and also present unique challenges for leaders. Below are five strategies for effectively leading a virtual team.
I often work with clients who find themselves stuck when thinking about what’s next for them – just as one might be stuck when thinking about a big vacation.
Since January, we have used the 4DX framework to achieve Nebo’s strategic goals. Here’s what we’ve learned.
Receiving feedback plays a significant role in one’s development as a leader. By opening ourselves up to feedback from others, we are acknowledging that we are in a continuous process of learning and growth, and that we understand that there are always ways we can be more effective.
Kate Ebner, Founding Director of the Institute for Transformational Leadership at Georgetown University and founder of The Nebo Company, will participate on Thursday, March 8th in a collaborative research-based Executive Briefing on Workforce Optimization in the federal government in partnership with The Performance Institute.
The Eisenhower Matrix is a great tool to create awareness about how you spend your time. Consider these questions as you examine your priorities and bring focus to how you spend your time as a leader.