As the new year approaches, think about how you approach leadership and how you can continue to become an even greater leader and CEO.
If you can’t make people feel something than you will not be successful in building community, or fans or repeat customers. Emotion is important.
John T. Williams, CEO of Hagerstown, MD-based Jamison Door Company, decided to write down what he’d learned from his experiences to help his adult children make their way in business—and the world. He was kind enough to share the letter with us.
Frustrated CEOs love setting page limits on presentations. The problem is that this won’t lead to improved presentations and better decisions.
Our elected officials have the power to make positive changes for our country if they are willing to work together. Mastering these three leadership skills will enable them to solve big problems and make our country better.
How do we engender more empathy into our own leadership? Here are four ways to apply empathy—and produce a more energized, satisfied, and forward-thinking C-Suite.
You’re coming into a family-owned business that’s been led by relatives for generations. Here’s what you need to know.
Kevin MacDonald, CEO of Kit Check, saw an opportunity to make the healthcare system more efficient with technology—now he sees an opportunity help curb the opioid epidemic.
You don't have choose between change and stability. In fact, change without stability will lead to erosion of traditional values and consistency.
John Flannery’s sudden ouster at GE after a mere 13 months on the job by a newly constituted board startled many peer CEOs, as well as analysts, investors and employees. When your company hits a bump in the road, will your board have your back—or back you right out the door?