• Five Women Business Leaders Are Paving The Future At...
    Huff Po - Sep 27
    While men still enjoy a bigger piece of the corporate pie, things are starting to shift. Twenty-three women now head Fortune 500 companies and hundreds more are in CXO positions, a definite sign of progress. But... Read »
    2 hours ago
  • Three Ways Coercive Leaders Can Change Their Ways
    Entrepreneur - Sep 26
    Leaders with coercive personalities are plentiful and destructive. Toshiba's CEO Hisao Tanaka quit over the Toshiba Corp accounting scandal. Volkswagen's CEO Martin Winterkorn resigned in theVolkswagen emissions... Read »
    17 hours ago
  • No Fortune 100 CEOs Back Republican Donald Trump
    WJS - Sep 26
    No chief executive at the nation’s 100 largest companies had donated to Republican Donald Trump’s presidential campaign through August, a sharp reversal from 2012, when nearly a third of the CEOs of Fortune 100... Read »
    17 hours ago
  • Why Wells Fargo Should Be A Wake-Up Call For Investors
    Forbes - Sep 26
    The scandal that hit Wells Fargo has revealed a number of things still wrong with our financial system and reminds Main Street participants that Wall Street continues to not play by the rules. Wells Fargo Chairman and CEO... Read »
    17 hours ago
  • Don’t Be Tyrannized By Old Metrics
    HBR - Sep 26
    Many business leaders are fond of the spurious Peter Drucker quote that “you can’t manage what you can’t measure.” This attractive, apocryphal quote breaks down upon inspection. While effective metrics are essential... Read »
    17 hours ago
  • A Guide To Employee Recognition Programs
    Switch & Shift - Sep 26
    Every organization’s most valuable asset is the same: its employees. Motivating employees to do a great job is extremely important, but it is easier said than done. The following infographic offers an overview of building... Read »
    17 hours ago
  • Four Unconscious Biases That Distort Performance...
    Entrepreneur - Sep 26
    Objectivity is the foundation of an effective performance appraisal system. You want a system in which your top performers are recognized and then given opportunities to advance their skills while low performers are... Read »
    17 hours ago
  • Liberal-Leaning Boards Are Stingy With CEO Pay, Study...
    WSJ - Sep 26
    Corporate directors with left-leaning political views turn out to be conservative when it comes to paying the chief executive. That’s according to a new study of the connection between political views of board members and... Read »
    17 hours ago
  • Three Common Mistakes To Avoid When Apologizing
    Forbes - Sep 26
    When I was a young leader, one of my biggest growth areas was apologizing. For ambitious entrepreneurs, saying you’re sorry can be a difficult thing to master. I get it. Young entrepreneurs want to move fast. Taking the... Read »
    17 hours ago
  • Messaging Apps Are Changing How Companies Talk With...
    HBR - Sep 26
    An engaging conversation with a helpful retail employee. Except the person helping me wasn’t a person: It was a bot. And the conversation didn’t take place on H&M.com or the company’s mobile app. It happened on... Read »
    17 hours ago
  • David Sable: ‘Humans Will Lead Digital...
    CNBC - Sep 26
    Speaking at Dmexco 2016, David Sable, Global CEO at Young & Rubicam, says humans will come first in the digital future. Read »
    17 hours ago
  • Yossi Vardi: ‘These Are Very Exciting...
    CNBC - Sep 26
    Shaul Olmert, CEO of Playbuzz, and Israeli tech veteran Yossi Vardi talk to Charlie Crowe at Dmexco2016 about how Playbuzz works and about the future of tech. Read »
    17 hours ago
  • Inside The Quiet Shake-Up Taking Place At Goldman...
    Business Insider - Sep 26
    A changing of the guard is taking place at Goldman Sachs. The securities division, which houses the bank's equities and fixed income, currencies, and commodities units, has seen at least 18 partner-level departures from... Read »
    17 hours ago
  • Marriott CEO: See ‘Anemic’ Economic Growth
    CNBC - Sep 26
    Our business is up but not in any robust way, says Arne Sorenson, Marriott CEO, sharing his outlook on the U.S. economy. Read »
    17 hours ago
  • Dunkin’ Donuts Is Still Serving Coffee In...
    Business Insider - Sep 26
    For years, Dunkin' Donuts has said it would replace its iconic plastic foam cups with cups that are more environmentally friendly. In a 2010 report, the coffee chain said it considered its use of foam to be "the most... Read »
    17 hours ago