• A CEO’s Guide To Navigating Brexit
    HBR - Jul 1
    The Leave campaign’s victory, with a margin of 3.8 percentage points, has likely ushered in a protracted phase of uncertainty for the UK, EU, and global economies. A systemic shock cutting across industries and borders,... Read »
    1 hour ago
  • How Facebook Tries To Prevent Office Politics
    HBR - Jun 30
    When personal motivations trump company goals, it can hinder a company’s ability to get things done. Since our earliest days at Facebook, we’ve been mindful about not letting office maneuvering poison work life. We’d... Read »
    22 hours ago
  • Learning From Failure Is What Makes Entrepreneurs...
    Entrepreneur - Jun 30
    As I have matured, failure has become my creative ally for developing a leadership perspective that emphasizes learning from mistakes and poor performance instead of defending them. For entrepreneurs, the key to success is... Read »
    22 hours ago
  • Five Reasons Why There Are No Bad Teams, Just Bad...
    Forbes - Jun 30
    This is a common theme in the military and a philosophy embraced by good leaders. It embodies the reality that if leaders have built a great team and are providing sound leadership, there is no reason the team can’t... Read »
    22 hours ago
  • Leadership Battles Are Embroiling Both Major U.K....
    TIME - Jun 30
    The British public’s seismic vote to leave the European Union last week has already toppled Prime Minister David Cameron, who immediately announced he would step down within months, sparking a leadership race among the... Read »
    22 hours ago
  • Five Leadership Lessons From Canadian Prime Minister...
    Fast Company - Jun 30
    This week, just two months after the much-debated elbowing incident in the Canadian Parliament, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau landed on the cover of a Marvel comic book. Clearly, and despite his detractors, Trudeau is... Read »
    22 hours ago
  • CEOs Are Getting More Political, But Consumers...
    Washington Post - Jun 30
    Starbucks chief executive Howard Schultz has spoken out on gun control, race relations, and the "cynicism, despair, division, exclusion, fear and yes -- indifference" in America today. Facebook founder and CEO Mark... Read »
    22 hours ago
  • Zero-Based Budgeting Is Not A Wonder Diet For...
    HBR - Jun 30
    Zero-based budgeting (ZBB) is elegantly logical: Expenses must be justified for each new budget period based on demonstrable needs and costs, as opposed to the more common method of using last year’s budget as your... Read »
    22 hours ago
  • How To Recruit ‘Real’ Digital Marketing...
    Entrepreneur - Jun 30
    Throughout my career, I’ve had the pleasure of helping many of the worlds top brands do amazing things with digital media. In the process, I’ve helped many of them define and ultimately staff their digital organizations.... Read »
    22 hours ago
  • Why The Best Leaders Have Conviction
    Forbes - Jun 30
    Conviction in a leader is an incredibly valuable yet increasingly rare trait. It’s in short supply because our brains are wired to overreact to uncertainty with fear. As uncertainty increases, the brain shifts control over... Read »
    22 hours ago
  • The Best Companies Invest Aggressively In These Three...
    HBR - Jun 30
    When it comes to investments, here’s a general truth: the larger a company gets, the smaller it thinks. The process is insidious, and companies must always be on the lookout for signs that it is setting in. If you want... Read »
    1 day ago
  • The Fine Line Between A Collaborative Employee And...
    HBR - Jun 30
    Tony was baffled. His direct report, Susan, was enormously productive. Her team clearly loved working with her, and she was considered a high potential in the organization. Yet she always seemed pulled in a dozen directions... Read »
    1 day ago
  • Introverts: Four Ways To Be Yourself And Be A...
    Entrepreneur - Jun 29
    Shy, retiring, socially inept -- these are some of the stereotypes that plague introverts. If you are looking to promote someone in your office, don't let a reserved demeanor take someone out of the running. And if you... Read »
    2 days ago
  • What The Best Cross- Cultural Managers Have In Common
    HBR - Jun 29
    Most large organizations today are looking for leaders who can easily and effectively move between countries and cultures, taking on expat assignments, understanding disparate markets, and managing diverse teams. Where can... Read »
    2 days ago
  • The ‘Single Ingredient In Leadership’...
    Washington Post - Jun 29
    Eight national championships. Eighteen NCAA Final Fours. 38 years as head coach of the Tennessee Lady Vols. 112 victories in NCAA tournament games. 1,098 total wins. These are the numbers that define the extraordinary... Read »
    2 days ago