The Super Bowl is one of the greatest championship games. And even if you are not a football fan, there are leadership lessons to be gleaned before—and certainly after—the game is played.
Six ways to determine if you’re fostering a risk-taking culture, from Cablefax leadership columnist Esther Weinberg.
As we’re sandwiched between the Olympics and the Academy Awards, you could say winning and losing is all around us. High stakes victory and high stakes failure abound. When you fail inside an organization, there is frequently a reluctance to communicate and a lack of transparency. People want you to take responsibility for your actions. And they want to know what you are going to do now to course correct. Here are some tips on how to learn from failure.
Positioning your organization as the architect of an upcoming change and is a critical business strategy. Moreover, the cost of not doing so endangers the very sustainability of your company. Leadership expert Esther Weinberg reports.
News of possible industry consolidation, a retrans charge to Comcast subs and Sony Pictures cutting costs are just a few of the latest big changes taking place in the industry. CableFAX columnist Esther Weinberg presents a formula for ensuring your change efforts succeed in this disruptive environment.
Netflix might be coming to a cable operator near you. Reed Hastings, the OTT revolutionist, has said a Netflix app could be coming to cable companies such as Comcast. Though he has acknowledged this could take some time, it still demonstrates the Netflix chief’s willingness to embrace revolutionary ideas. Here are four ways to access these leadership tactics.