Monday, January 24, 2022
Leadership team cadence is like the drumbeat that helps a leadership team march in rhythm and alignment. More specifically, leadership team cadence is the necessary pattern of...
Charles Smith spent 10 years in the NBA, playing with the Los Angeles Clippers, New York Knicks and San Antonio Spurs. During that window, he was often...
After two consecutive months on the decline, CEO optimism roared back in July to 2018 levels as strong demand and progress battling the pandemic fueled an ever-brighter outlook that business—and society—are returning to normal.  Those are the key findings from Chief Executive’s latest poll of 294 U.S. CEOs, fielded from July 6-8, which...
Within the field of organizational studies, it seems well-settled that there is a difference between being a “manager” and a “leader.” Equally well-settled is the principle that...
When Carl Liebert was a young cadet in the U.S. Naval Academy, he used to join Admiral Mike Mullen, who had been Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, on...
Almost 50 years ago, Stanford psychologist, Walter Mischel, conducted his famous “marshmallow studies” with young children. The children were shown one marshmallow and told they could choose...
The only thing that ultimately matters in sports, they say, is: “Scoreboard.” By that measure, Andy Appleby has led a remarkable comeback for the instructional-league baseball company...
What would you do if you woke up tomorrow morning and found out that your last ten years of emails were stolen by hackers and are now...
Covid-19 has taken its toll on the workplace; by some accounts, 7 out of 10 workers believe the Covid era has been the most challenging period of...
As the U.S. readies for a return to normalcy with increasing Covid-19 vaccinations, it’s important that we don’t forget the devastating impact of the pandemic, particularly on...

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