Seven Points CIOs Must Know About the Board of Directors
Seven areas that CIOs must understand and act upon in order to effectively work with the board.
As a matter of balance, I want to flip the business ethics coin, "going positive" instead of reporting yet another scandal: Think of the most trustworthy bosses you've worked under. What traits do these people have in common?
Amy Lyman, author of "The Trustworthy Leader: Leveraging the Power of Trust to Transform Your Organization" and co-founder of Great Place to Work Institute, describes the qualities inherent in a leader who strives to build and maintain trust within an organization. Lyman indentifies these six elements:
Read our excerpt, "Sharing Information," and discover how good leaders collaborate to the organization's advantage. We'd love to hear your thoughts on trustworthy leadership. Sound off in the Comments section.