The 4 habits are: Solving instead of delegating; discouraging bad news; avoiding complex issues; and not asking for feedback. Team performance expert Elizabeth Lyle explains what they are, and how you can fix them.Continue reading
Why you should listen
In the midst of transformations, Elizabeth Lyle challenges top leaders and their teams to double-down on creating high performance, future-ready organizational cultures -- and to start by evolving their own day-to-day leadership behaviors, which sit at the core of how organizations work (and whether or not they can successfully transform).
Lyle has helped the leaders of some of the oldest, largest and most complex organizations in the world to think differently about their most valuable asset: people and their talents. She has pioneered approaches that enable leaders to change how they connect with, invest in, grow and deploy that all-important asset to unlock strategic advantage and competitive potential.
Lyle is a partner and managing director of The Boston Consulting Group, based in the firm's Boston office. She is a founding member of BCG's Leadership & Talent Enablement Center in North America. She holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BS with Distinction from the University of Virginia's McIntire School of Commerce.
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How do we manage the transformations that are radically altering our lives — all while making a positive impact on our well-being, productivity and the world? In a word: reboot. For a seventh year, BCG has partnered with TED to bring experts in leadership, psychology, technology, sustainability and more to the stage to share ideas […]Continue reading