Why Community Building Is Vital for Business

Tim McDonald, Huffington Post’s Director of Community, sheds light on the important role of community managers, the skills of a community manager, and why communities are not networks. Communities require care and thoughtfulness. It’s a relationship that cannot be neglected if a business wants to remain relevant in a social world. For any of us […] Read moreRead More»

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BOLD: 3 Key Areas to Motivate and Inspire Employees

Abraham Maslow famously positioned the hierarchy of needs as an early motivation theory that drives human behavior. Though we’ve come to know that each level on the hierarchy doesn’t need to be fulfilled before moving to the next level, his model has merit to today. The pinnacle of the hierarchy is self-actualization. Self-actualization is the […] Read moreRead More»

Linking Purpose to Your Work with Aaron Hurst

Aaron Hurst writes, “A Purpose Economy is based on empowering people to have rich fulfilling careers by creating meaningful value for themselves and others; it creates purpose for its employees and customers – through serving those in need, enabling self-expression, and building community.” These words epitomize the shift from the Information Economy that gave way […] Read moreRead More»

How Our Mind Influences Our Leadership with Rebel Brown

The role of our unconscious mind on our leadership is more profound than original understood. Rebel Brown shares what neuroscience reveals on how our conscious and unconscious mind influences our actions and consequently the results our leadership creates. Rebel uses a term mindware to help us understand the ways in which our mind influences the […] Read moreRead More»

Changes Today Influencing Tomorrow’s Organizations

To  say that businesses face and are experiencing massive change is a bit cliché any more. Businesses today don’t know anything different when it comes to responding to the forces causing transformational changes – it’s becoming business as usual. Despite the ubiquity of transformational changes, it isn’t any easier to respond and go through them. […] Read moreRead More»

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