I recently had the privilege of speaking with Aidan McCullen, host of the podcast The Innovation Show. We discussed the need for courage in innovation
What makes Wonder Woman such a fierce warrior? We can chalk it up to her royal lineage or her upbringing as the princess of the Amazons, but it really
In today’s political climate, there has been a focus on the “oppositional” party. How the “less represented” party tries to push their agenda forward has
In the quest for competitive advantages, we often strive to find the novel idea that will set us apart, thus propelling us to the top of the food chain.
I recently had the honor of speaking with Patrick Helmers, host of the show Sales Babble. We discussed the parallels between sales account executives and
Few things bother me more than complaining. I’m not referring to actual complaints, the kind where the individual has a legitimate gripe and would like
Last week I wrote about the business case for being nice. I stand by the article and the cited research flaunting the benefits of leadership based in trust
I recently received a call from a frustrated CEO who had concerns about his COO. The COO was brash, antagonistic, and exhibiting a pervasively aggressive disposition.
Constructive conflict is a healthy part of any organization. Deprived of it, we end up with a lack of innovation, status quos are not challenged, necessary
What if unethical behaviors emitted a visible indicator? That’s the premise of a great book I just finished, Smoke by Dan Vyleta. Set in Victorian-era