Employee Engagement: Central to Your Company’s Success or Failure

Recently I caught up with ExchangeGain Leaguer William Powell, who many of you know on Twitter as the Leadership Advisor (@LeadrshpAdvisor). William is one of the first “Twitter friends” I met face to face, when he was in Naples a couple of years ago for a short vacation. At that time, our conversation […] Read moreRead More»

Customers Expect SOCIAL in Your Social Media Leadership

A few weeks ago, I was interviewed by an Italian newspaper regarding online marketing and social media best practices. Since most of our readers probably missed that one, I figured I’d share my answers here. What about your work? What is your story and your educational path? I majored in philosophy and psychology at William […] Read moreRead More»

“Referral Economy”: Is Your Company Missing the Best Candidates?

What would it mean to the success (or failure) of your business if you were missing 70% of the most eligible college grads out there. They never even considered you, because they’re finding jobs through social referrals, not job boards? Yes. Seventy. Percent. So how do employers attract the most talented graduates? YouTern CEO Mark […] Read moreRead More»

ExchangeGain TV with Josh Allan Dykstra

“I am a person who cares very, very deeply about creating workplaces that don’t suck.” Thus begins my recent interview with Josh Allan Dykstra, author of Igniting The Invisible Tribe. Josh is one millennial leader who is passionate about changing how we work. So let me ask you, what would it mean to the success […] Read moreRead More»

Instigators Need a Partner: The Business Success Balancing Act

Have you seen Martin Scorsese’s The Aviator? It’s a bio pic about Howard Hughes, a mad genius multimillionaire if ever there was one. If you haven’t seen it, see it. It’s a great flick! Hughes was the archetype of the Instigator personality: a hard-to-hold-down, “Screw it, let’s do it!” type. He was a creator; a […] Read moreRead More»

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