Corporate leaders, here is what you can learn from Africa’s most fascinating animals.
When Selfish, Scared and Stupid Are Good
Ever wondered why those New Year’s business resolutions are so hard to achieve? It’s time to change your perspective.
The Road That Should Never End
Complacency with your current knowledge can endanger your future success. Here are five pillars to ensure that you never stop learning.
Heroine’s Quest to the C-Suite
As more and more women land executive positions, they share the virtues of girl power and the secrets to their success.
Using Improv to Improve Business Skills
The principles behind improv—or unscripted comedy—may add some necessary sparks to your leadership.
Searching For the Leadership Zone
To gain optimal results, stay in the Leadership Zone and stay away from extreme roles.
A Leader’s Mentor
Ahmad Nassar, Executive Vice President for National Football League Players, Inc, recounts the three valuable leadership lessons he has learned from his mentor.
Curing the Altitude Sickness of Reluctant Leaders
The best leaders are often reluctant leaders; here is how to discover these diamonds in the rough.
Reaping the Rewards of Reduced Stress with Self-Care
HR Consultant Christina Scalera on how lower stress levels can make you a better leader.
Cultivating Ease: The Less Stressed Executive
Reducing stress not only benefits your body, but it also makes you a more valuable leader. By Christina Scalera You are tired, weary and downright fatigued. You are not sure how you are going to get through another day, another client, another investor meeting. You are an executive, but you are human nonetheless. And even though your list of accomplishments …
Learning to Lead: It’s Not For Everyone
Is leadership right for you? Qlik’s Chief People Officer, Diane Adams, explains the realities and difficulties of effective leadership.
Five Frank Principles of Business
Deck: Although these five leadership principles may seem like common sense, living by them is not common practice. By: Richard J. Bryan Frank was ex-Special Forces with a fine arts degree—an unusual mix. He achieved a lot in his business career by following five simple principles that he was able to apply to any business, and many have achieved a …
Leadership Through Head, Heart, and Hand
Anne Chwat, Senior Vice President at International Flavors & Fragrances Inc., builds a strong team based on three principles. Anne Chwat inspires her team in three basic ways: on an intellectual level, an emotional level, and by example Since joining International Flavors & Fragrances Inc. (IFF) three years ago, Anne Chwat, Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary, has …
Breaking Out of the Female Comfort Zone
Market Intelligence: Talks to industry analysts, conducts competitive research and studies market segmentation to identify “the next big thing.” A copy of Sheryl Sandberg’s book “Lean In” is currently substituting for a missing wheel on Mariann McDonagh’s desk chair, but that doesn’t mean the chief marketing officer of inContact hasn’t taken its advice to heart. Three of the four senior …
3 Types of Truly Horrible Bosses
They range the gamut from “the bully” to the “people-pleaser,” but they’re all bad. Learn about the three types of bosses that can make life miserable. No boss is perfect. Yet some bosses really are bad and need intervention, from superiors, Human Resources (HR) or outside the company, to improve their performance and that of their team. Here are three …
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