• Delighting In The Possible
    McKinsey - Mar 27
    It’s only natural to seek certainty, especially in the face of the unknown. Long ago, shamans performed intricate dances to summon rain. It didn’t matter that any success they enjoyed was random, as long as the tribe... Read »
    2 days ago
  • 6 Lessons From The Starbucks CEO’s...
    Chief Executive - Mar 27
    With all the focus on civil rights over the last few months, Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz simply wanted to take a positive stand on the topic with his #RaceTogether campaign, and encourage customers to embrace our diversity,... Read »
    2 days ago
  • 3 Leadership Lessons From The Dinner Table
    Switch and Shift - Mar 27
    As leaders, we continually search for ways to improve, refine and hone our skills, abilities and demeanor. In this quest, we are consistently met with one immovable hurdle that limits our achievements…time. No matter how... Read »
    2 days ago
  • 4 Ways To Make Successful Decisions
    Inc - Mar 27
    Every decision is a hypothesis... Decisions are about the future and while we can speculate about the future, we cannot know it because it hasn't happened yet. So each decision, in essence, says: I hypothesize that if I... Read »
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  • America’s Most Powerful CEOs 40 And Under
    Forbes - Mar 27
    If youth is, indeed, wasted on the young, the names on this list didn’t get the memo. Some built industry-leading companies around their own inventions, others climbed the rungs of corporate giants at a blistering pace,... Read »
    2 days ago
  • Relearning The Art Of Asking Questions
    HBR - Mar 27
    Proper questioning has become a lost art. The curious four-year-old asks a lot of questions — incessant streams of “Why?” and “Why not?” might sound familiar — but as we grow older, our questioning decreases. In... Read »
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  • 5 Lessons ‘House Of Cards’ Can Teach CEOs About...
    CEO.com - Mar 27
    If you spent the entire weekend binge-watching “House of Cards,” you’re probably fully invested in President Frank Underwood’s rivalry with Russian President Viktor Petrov. In a plotline that draws heavily from... Read »
    2 days ago
  • Innovate Without Diluting Your Core Idea
    HBR - Mar 26
    You may have played the game of “telephone” as a child. Your teacher sat the class in a circle and whispered a sentence to the first kid, who whispered it to his neighbor, and so on until the last child in the circle... Read »
    3 days ago
  • The World’s 50 Greatest Leaders
    Fortune - Mar 26
    These ­extraordinary men and women are transforming business, govern­ment, philanthropy, and so much more. Here, our second annual list. Read more about the list here: Read »
    3 days ago
  • Are You A ‘Human Leader’?
    Forbes - Mar 26
    Last week I featured part 1 of my conversation with the CEO of Barry-Wehmiller, Bob Chapman. He runs a manufacturing company of around 8,000 employees and is one of the only CEOs I have ever met that actually puts people... Read »
    3 days ago
  • 5 Lessons On Innovation From Modern-Day Explorers And...
    Fast Company - Mar 26
    Look around you. How many of the man-made objects you see have come from one of the world’s explorers? As a former Arctic expedition leader, and now innovation researcher, I began to notice some years ago that most... Read »
    3 days ago
  • 5 Habits That Are Destroying Your Ability To Lead
    Entrepreneur - Mar 26
    Whether you’re an entrepreneur, a supervisor, or just the director of a team within your organization, your leadership abilities will ultimately dictate your professional success or failure. As a successful leader, you can... Read »
    3 days ago
  • Regardless Of How Their Companies Do, Male Executives...
    QZ - Mar 26
    The gender pay gap in the United States varies by job, but one of the places it’s starkest is at the top of the corporate ladder. It’s not just that there are fewer women in the executive suite, or that there’s a... Read »
    3 days ago
  • How Smart Managers Throw Employees Under The Bus
    LinkedIn - Mar 26
    Your employee just made another terrible mistake. And you are going to suffer because of it. You both look bad now, and you are tired of being frowned upon for his incompetence. And let's get real, no one ever got promoted... Read »
    3 days ago
  • Stop Trying To Do Everything: Practicing The Lost Art...
    CEO.com - Mar 26
    In this time of unprecedented speed and complexity of change, a leader’s ability to think and execute strategically, respond quickly, communicate clearly, and do more with the same amount or fewer resources is required for... Read »
    3 days ago