Courtney Spritzer and Stephanie Abrams, founders of Socialfly NY and Startups in Stilettos, share what they have learned from being female leaders
Leading from the Sidelines
Chris Arrigali, Global Vice President of Information Technology at The Results Companies, explains the parallels between the sports world and the work world.
Giving Your Vision Legs
Debbie Storey, Senior VP of Talent Development at AT&T, outlines five steps to ensure that you vision is carried out. By Nancy Flagg Have you ever created a vision for your team only to find that after an initial period of excitement, it fades away and becomes yesterday’s news? Debbie Storey, Senior VP of Talent Development at AT&T, learned through …
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 2014
With great success, we’re back with this series, asking our network to reflect on the past year and their goals for the year ahead.
What We’re Thankful For
The Forefront team shares what they are grateful for this thanksgiving.
The Off-Court Mediator and On-Court Competitor
Through his career and tennis, Neal Winneg learns how to balance his voice of reason and his inner competitor.
Dream Through the Glass Ceiling
With an ever-decreasing percentage of workers who are willing to dream big, here is how companies are taking steps to minimize misconceptions about climbing the corporate ladder and combatting the glass ceiling. By Jaclyn Crawford When adults ask children, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Children usually respond with big, wild dreams like astronaut, doctor, or …
Growing through Diversity
How integrating a diversity and inclusion strategy has helped IR grow on a global level When Marcia Avedon, Senior Vice President (SVP) of Human Resources (HR), Communications and Corporate Affairs, joined Ingersol Rand (IR) in 2007, she wanted to make a broad impact on the organization. Avedon worked to fully integrate the HR function and create an efficient group that …
Save Money, Space, and Stress in an Engaging Office
Howard Ecker, CEO of Howard Ecker + Company, gives some guru advice on how to make the most out of an office space. By Siqi Liu Editor’s Note: We had the chance to ask Howard Ecker, the President and CEO of Howard Ecker + Company, some questions on how to create an engaging, stress-free office space on a budget. Forefront …
Move Aside, Millennials
Generation Z is coming to the workplace, and they are opening the dawn of a new age. Tech-saavy, multitasking, and driven, they will have a unique effect on business.
A Business Carol – Part 3: We’re All In It Together
Nathan Gordon of Christmas Central shares his experience of running a family business and how the family dynamic has impacted his company. Editor’s Note: We had the opportunity to attend the Internet Retailer Conference and Exhibition this year in Chicago. There we met with Nathan Gordon, Chief Information Officer at Christmas Central, who shared insight on leadership and the dynamic …
Poignant Pointers From A Legal Professional
John Page, Senior Vice President of Golden State Foods, gives professional pointers for success in law. John Page has always been fascinated with the idea of order and structure in society. And much like societies, Page has discovered that our own professional careers require similar guidance and structure for us to be successfully effective in our respective fields. When the …
Looking in the Mirror: A Teen’s Perspective on Generation Z
Sociologists, economists and psychiatrists have all given their words of wisdom about how members of Generation Z will behave in the workforce. But no one knows them better than themselves. When I was four, I saw the twin towers collapse into a charred pool of smoke and dust on cable television. Terrorism was as abstract to me as the beasts …