Only 19% of corporate board of directors seats are filled by women. With our friends at The Board Connection, we asked our executive network why it’s important to increase this number and how to do it.
Starting Out In-House vs. Working at a Law Firm
Editor’s Note: We recently interviewed Matthew Goldberg, Vice President and General Counsel at ServiceSource International, Inc. about his career and current work. When asked about the training of new law school students, Goldberg cited the main things young lawyers generally learn working at firms, and what those who move straight in-house would need to be taught by their superiors in order to have an equivalent.
How to Run a Lean Legal Machine
We recently interviewed Matthew Goldberg, Vice President and General Counsel at ServiceSource International, Inc. about his career and current work. We asked Goldberg about how he leads the small legal team of a global company to handle all of its duties, getting the most from a team of limited size. This is what he shared with us.
How to Motion-vate Your Team to Better Health
Encouraging your employees to get movin’ can lead to a healthier corporate culture
5 Pieces of Advice for Veterans Starting Their Civilian Career
From the Navy to Chief Strategy Officer of Kronos, Bob Hughes is passionate about mentoring young veterans who are transitioning into civilian life. These are five pieces of advice Hughes offers veterans as well as young people starting their careers.
Real Women, Real Leadership
Courtney Spritzer and Stephanie Abrams, founders of Socialfly NY and Startups in Stilettos, share what they have learned from being female leaders
Issue 16- The Sports Collection, March/April 2015
A look at the Executives in Sports collection, Issue 16
Editor’s Note – Jan/Feb 2015
It’s about that time again: A new year is upon us, which means new beginnings and the utmost attempts for self-betterment—only with all efforts likely to be abandoned by February. It’s the same story every year, so why should this year be any different? Some of us will vow to lose weight while others promise to save money. A number …
New Year’s reSOLUTIONS: Scrum
How new processes will change the way a team works in 2015 By Tony DiCostanzo If you’re anything like me, your New Year’s resolutions habitually include getting more exercise and staying fit. For 2015, however, I’m stretching out and warming up to a new kind of agility—and it doesn’t involve a gym bag. It’s Scrum. A dramatic departure from traditional …
CFO Sentiment Study Sheds Light on Leadership and Human Capital
With the 5th Annual Study In Progress, We Take a Look Back on Last Year’s Results.
New Year’s reSOLUTIONS: Without a Heart, It’s Just a Machine
Southwest Airlines’ Director of People discusses how she intends to appreciate others both inside and outside of the office in the new year.
Words of Wisdom from an Accomplished Leader
Jeff Thompson, CEO of Institute of Management Accountants, shares his leadership advice for current and aspiring leaders.
What We’re Thankful For
The Forefront team shares what they are grateful for this thanksgiving.
Editor’s Note – Nov/Dec 2014
With November now upon us, we will soon be gathering with our families to celebrate Thanksgiving—a time to enjoy a delicious meal, watch copious amounts of football, and give thanks for all that we have today. It is also a time to tip our hats to the early pioneers of our county who endured—and eventually overcame—the hardships of being early …