D&I can be a powerful force for social and marketplace change, but one CEO says it be missing something. How about Diversity, Equality & Inclusion: DE&I.
Fighting (in a healthy way) to build better brand and user experiences is one of the most necessary skills in today's new creative economy. Here’s how you pull it off.
When it comes to corporate retreats, CEOs usually have a general idea of what they want to cover and describe it to the EA, who then puts together a “topical agenda.” So, what’s the mistake?
It is widely known that 10,000 Baby Boomers retire every day, but “retirement” is a relative term. Many companies are seeking ways to keep senior executives in part-time or semi-retired roles.
If we allow ourselves to yield to naysayers whose arguments are loud but without merit and against our better judgement, we fail both the enterprise and ourselves.
Ron Williams, former CEO of Aetna, shares a story that reminds him of an often-overlooked reality: Without the help of talented, dedicated EAs, many of the world’s most successful business leaders would be toast!
Any problem your organization is aiming to solve doesn’t need to be outsourced. There may be external experts who can help you, but look to your internal talent to get your company ahead.
Today is Take Your Kid To Work Day. Here's a good reason for the kids to come to the office: They can remind us of what we’ve learned from them that can improve our productivity and the way we deal with co-workers in real and meaningful ways.
CEOs must establish a company culture that prioritizes forging a deep connection with clients and keeps everyone focused on providing genuine value to them. Here are four ways to create a culture that delivers profound client value.
The college admissions scandal should remind CEOs that the price you pay for unearned success is long-term failure and Virginia’s March Madness national title proves that hard work still prevails.