Let me begin by apologizing for the use of a profanity in this column, but I must admit that in this specific context it is more expressive than an
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As a CEO, picture your next year-end Board of Directors Meeting.
In 1799, a French Lieutenant in Napoleon’s army uncovered an ancient Egyptian artifact in the port city of Rashid (known as Rosetta today), Egypt.
Whether you are a leader of a small team or the CEO of a big company or even if the only one you’re leading is you, an elevator speech is undoubted
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“This group can do more. They need to do more! I don’t know what’s wrong with them.
The most common reaction I get from leaders when I ask this question is a blank stare.
Have you ever wished you had a “silver bullet” interview question that could cut through all the rehearsed responses that candidates have today and
This is a time when many people traditionally reflect on the past year and try to identify ways in which to make the coming year a better one.