Why it Pays to Pay it Forward

When was the last time you made a deposit in the bank of Karma?  Whether you paid the toll of the person behind you or rushed to return a dropped wallet, there’s no denying the feel-good emotions that pulsate through the body of a do-gooder. Now what if you could transfer those positive emotions and […] Read moreRead More»

Bringing Global Worth to Your Network

My mom and her parents fled Eastern Europe from the Nazis. In those days you needed someone in the United States to sponsor you to be granted a visa. My great aunt had come over earlier to NYC and sponsored them. They got the last boat that made it across the Atlantic and all the […] Read moreRead More»

7 Insights for Retired CEOs Returning to Work

  Twenty years have passed since I sat in the corner office of a multinational consumer goods organization. Seven years ago I removed my consulting shingle from the home office wall. Am I happy in the CEO afterlife? You bet. I’m busy pursuing other dreams that are inspirational and meaningful. So why, you might ask, […] Read moreRead More»

Tap Your Inner #HRockstar

“We’re all in charge of our own careers and we know that best, so communicate that and then people can help you.” – Johann Gauthier Career advice worth following from today’s guest, Johann Gauthier, founder of the #HRockstars group and a strategic leader among leaders in the field of Human Resources. On his passion for […] Read moreRead More»

What Millennials Represent to Business

With so much written about them, Millennials as a generational cohort are topically overexposed. Consequently, the generation is a target for ridicule and dismissive attitudes – attitudes that make it okay to collapse biases and stereotypes into truth. Such mental short cuts block us from seeing how a generation can instigate new and different ways […] Read moreRead More»

Using Social to Humanize Marketing #socialmedia

Millennials, considered by many a lost generation, are more than just entitled, lazy slackers riddled with student loan debt and no job prospects. We currently represent over $200 billion in annual buying power.  Just a few years into our careers, the battle for our customer loyalty and future earnings from our generation begins now, and […] Read moreRead More»

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