Michael Nathanson

Michael Nathanson
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Michael Nathanson is the CEO of The Colony Group, a national wealth advisory and business management company serving executives, business owners, entrepreneurs, entertainers, athletes, professionals, and their families. He is the host of Seeking The Extraordinary podcast which explores the undiscovered world of the extraordinary.

Eight Traits Extraordinary Leaders Have In Common

What every CEO can learn from Jim McCann, Boomer Esiason and Nikki McCray.

A Realistic Version Of A ‘Culture Of Abundance’

How one CEO cultivates a "culture of enough" to decrease internal competition and boost win-win, cooperative thinking and behavior.

8 Steps To Greater Accountability

Behind the buzzword is a basic human value—one that can't necessarily be incentivized through traditional reward, but can be cultivated as part of a great culture.

Bringing Lifelong Learning To Your Organization

What are the key conditions necessary to foster the kind of enlightened workforce that makes an organization enlightened? A primer.

A Distinctly American Corporate Culture

Companies that grow through acquisition may have one overarching culture, but more than likely also have many and varied subcultures, which only makes us, like our country, stronger.

Seeing Your Company (And Yourself) In 2020

Our responses to the events of this year reveal much about our corporate ethics and values. We can accept that reality or change it—but we must be honest.

How We Can We Offer Greater And More Differentiated Value To...

A new paradigm for providing the greatest value to our companies at a time when it's most needed, as the very nature of how we work has changed.

Beware the Long-Term Trend of Social Distancing

Though a necessary solution in the face of a pandemic, CEOs need to be conscious of the costs to social capital if the trend of remote work continues.

CEOs: Why You Should Be Confident While Others Are Fearful

Having a diversified portfolio helps investors cope with market turbulence. In these times of uncertainty, the same should be true for companies.

The Most Dangerous Business Cliché

"Everyone is replaceable" is not only dehumanizing—it's flat-out wrong. Can you find a substitution? Sure. But that's not the same thing.
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