What drives your search for answers to improve your business? Is it a deep understanding of who you are and what you do; is it an awareness of your objectives/goals and what you want for yourself and your organization… or is it something else? Whether we call it Internet overload, filter failure or just plain lack of clarity, sometimes we need to step back and examine our MO.
Archive for the ‘Leadership’ Category
British Institutions have been shaken in the past few years. Although they’re still powerful, they no longer appear untouchable.
Leadership is a quality that not many people possess but many people seek. The best leader is a facilitator.
After decades of stagnation, Hostess Brands has croaked its last. Senior management blames the unions and the unions blame mismanagement.
Recently when I saw the announcement that Paul Otelllini, the current CEO of Intel, was retiring, I immediately thought of [...]
“What made Bill Gates the success he is?” For the real answer, you have to reach way further back in Bill Gates’ life
Why should true leaders display Vulnerability, Courage, Gratitude and Authenticity? Who in their right mind would allow others to know that they are vulnerable?
Back when I was at Procter & Gamble, and had made the difficult decision to leave P&G to move to Microsoft, John Smale, the retired CEO of P&G, gave me some good advice.
“We write our eulogy every day with our small choices, often when no-one is looking”. In this interview, Dr. Mollie Marti illustrates [...]
Whether we’re buying or selling, we have a choice as to how we do business. But, all too often, we attempt to manipulate our transactions through fear or we feel seduced and trapped into decisions that we may not otherwise make. We are so used to these methods that we become inured to them. How can we turn things around so we are in command of our choices, respectful of others and actually feel inspired to do business?