Is it possible to flourish at work and be happy?

Do you punch the clock or do you arrive at work to do your best? Do you complain about your workplace or do you seek to be part of a solution? And if there is no solution, do you find one – perhaps by leaving? I’ll stop dancing around the point: is it possible to […] Read moreRead More»

What’s Next?! Embrace Change In Your Life and Career

Most people are averse to change. They like to keep things the way they are; they like to stay in their comfort zone. But great people ask questions like, “What’s next?” and “What am I getting better at?” Here are three ideas to embrace change in your life and career, and three ways to apply […] Read moreRead More»

6 Contrarian Reasons Why You’re Lucky to Be a Leader Today

Nobody ever said that being a leader is simple. Certainly not in today’s world where changes seem to happen at the speed of light; where communication and collaboration are heavily impacted by new technologies; where management techniques from the past no longer appear to provide an adequate answer to the challenges of the future. Being […] Read moreRead More»

The Gap Between Social Media and Business Impact: 6 Stages of Social Business Transformation

Social media is becoming a lot like email for business; every company uses it. In an Altimeter Group survey of 700 executives and social strategists fielded in late 2012, we found that 100 percent of participating enterprise organizations run to varying extents an active social media strategy. Unlike email, however, organizations haven’t mastered how to […] Read moreRead More»

3 Ways Leaders Keep Planes in the Air

The moment was striking. I sat in an airport conference room, peering out over the tarmac at the landings and takeoffs of various aircraft. I was about to meet with one of the largest aerospace companies in the world. No one could miss that this company was tasked to build these mammoth air machines, and […] Read more… Read More»

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