John Kador

John Kador
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John Kador is a business author based in Lewisburg, PA. His last book is What Every Angel Investor Wants You to Know: An Insider Reveals How to Get Smart Funding for Your Million Dollar Business (with Brian Cohen, McGraw-Hill).

Are You A Trusted Leader?

When well-led by a trusted leader, organizations and work groups just perform better. Teams simply cannot function without trusted leadership.

Trust And Leadership In The World Of Remote Work

The controversy about remote work is really about trust. Specifically, can workers be trusted to do their jobs if employers cannot monitor them every instant?

Three Lessons CEOs Can Learn from King Hammurabi

The management precepts Hammurabi laid out over 4,000 years ago in Babylon, Mesopotamia, formulated one of history’s first codes of conduct.

5 Practices For Treating Others With Dignity And Respect

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3 Lessons Of Exceptional CEOs

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NACD Calls on Boards to Actively Monitor Corporate Culture

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Unforgiven: The Failed Apology of Equifax CEO Richard Smith

Since Richard Smith's apology, Equifax stock has plummeted 30%, two executives have been forced out, and Congress, regulators and lawyers are swarming.

The 7 Deadly Sins of Apology

CEOs are no longer afraid that issuing an apology is a sign of weakness. When things go wrong, a quick apology from the CEO is increasingly regarded as the first best practice in crisis management. But like anything else, issuing a well-crafted apology takes practice.

Launching Startup Kids: 3 Secrets to Raising Entrepreneurial Children

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