What's Holding You Back?
"A must read for both emerging and established executives! Bob Herbold provides ten clear guidelines that will enable managers to become strong, proactive leaders."
- J.Lechleiter, retired Chairman, President and CEO of Eli Lilly & Company
Seduced By Success
"Bob Herbold gets to the heart of why successful organizations and individuals often go into a tail-spin, and how this can be avoided. His thorough reviews of specific companies we all know make this a very useful book, and I highly recommend it."
- Indra K. Nooyi, Chairperson & CEO, PepsiCo, Inc.
The Fiefdom Syndrome
"Turf wars and bureaucracy can undermine even the strongest corporate strategies. Drawing on lessons learned throughout his distinguished career, Bob describes innovative and practical ways to tackle this pervasive problem."
- Bill Gates, Co-Founder, Microsoft Corporation and Co-Founder, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Bob regularly writes blog posts and articles with his areas of focus being leadership, organizational effectiveness. Below you will find the titles and hot-links of his most recent efforts:
Positive feedback for a job well done is a powerful motivator. Then why are most managers so reluctant to tell people they did good work when that is the case?
Jess Lear, the psychologist that authored the famous book “I Ain’t Much, Baby – But I’m All I Got”, put it this way: “praise is like sunshine to the human spirit; we cannot grow without it. And yet, while most of us are only too ready to apply to others the cold wind of criticism, we are somehow reluctant to give our fellow man the warm sunshine of praise.”
This past year and a half have been eventful for 130 year old Nintendo, with the company vaulting back from the brink of irrelevance to reclaim its position atop the global video game industry.
It seems that almost every day the financial news is dominated by the likes of Amazon continuing its rise to be the dominant retailer and Microsoft showing it is re-energized around the Cloud and registering financial results that make it look like a startup again.