Work off all that turkey by reading these top five stories from CLOmedia.com for the week of Dec. 1.
1. Leadership for All Ages: When it comes to expectations of leadership, all generations want the same things in varying degrees: Leaders should be participative, team-oriented, charismatic and humane.
2. The Power of Anonymous Work | Video: Find out what lessons CLOs can learn about satisfaction and achievement from "invisibles" in organizations: fact checkers, anesthesiologists, structural engineers and other professionals who derive satisfaction from anonymous work despite living in a culture of praise.
3. How to Help Millennials Win at Work: Business’ baby boomer cultures could be holding millennials back. Here’s what you can do to help.
4. Keep Mentally Fit with Mind Exercises: Executives who behave as if their brain is a finite resource know they need to take care of it. A tired brain leads to questionable decision-making and behavior.
5. Dispelling the 10,000 Hour Rule | Video: Author David Epstein challenges the belief that focusing on the development of a single skillset is the way to drive elite performance.
In Other News …
Sometimes being powerful has to do with the sound of a person's voice, according to this report in The Wall Street Journal this week.
While we're on the topic of power, here's why powerful women tend to suffer from depression, via Inc. Read here.
And finally, "The 104 Smartest Public Colleges In America," from Business Insider. Read here.