Leadership and Career Development 5 articles to read (and listen to) to level up your leadership skills Jul, 2023 | Article Rachel Ruttan Tiziana Casciaro Matthew Feinberg Liz Wiseman Stéphane Côté We can all be better at our jobs, and leadership is no different. Whether it’s communicating with our employees, growing our personal and professional networks or helping our teams thrive, these articles will help you be a better leader. Efficiency and Operational Performance The surprising tip to increase performance among teams May, 2022 | Article Tiziana Casciaro Forget likeability and excitement — to improve performance and reduce errors, managers should pair colleagues who've successfully completed a project together in the past. Talent Management and Inclusion Power, for All shows us how power works and how you can best use it Sep, 2021 | Book Tiziana Casciaro Julie Battilana Four ways for you to exert your power are explored in Power, for All, a groundbreaking book by Rotman professor Tiziana Casciaro and co-author Julie Battilana. Leadership and Career Development Networking: what leaders need to know May, 2021 | Video Tiziana Casciaro It's not just for jobseekers. Networking may be how work gets done. Professor Tiziana Casciaro, discusses the vast and often unrecognized impact that networking has on the way we work and build our careers. Creativity, Innovation and Business Design Think Again: The Power of Knowing What You Don't Know Feb, 2021 | Video Adam Grant Tiziana Casciaro Catch the highlights of this livestream conversation with Adam Grant, the bestselling author, as he discusses his latest book "Think Again: the Power of Knowing What You Don't Know." Leadership and Career Development Cross-silo leadership: a powerful path to innovation Oct, 2020 | Article Tiziana Casciaro Amy C. Edmondson Sujin Jang To achieve the innovation the world sorely needs, organizations need to encourage people to work together across boundaries. Leadership and Career Development Networking for leaders Sep, 2019 | Article Tiziana Casciaro The value of networking for job seekers is well-established and widely understood. But leaders and those well-established in their careers stand to benefit just as much from building relationships across their teams and organizations.