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In one of the experiential trainings I lead on Emotional Intelligence, I show a video narrated by Dr Brene Brown on the topic of empathy. In it, a bear crawls down...

Lately I’ve been thinking about my choices.  Am I making the right ones?   So much so that not too long ago I attempted to take inventory of every choice I made...

Earlier in my career, I recall having a boss who’s only feedback was “You’re doing a great job.”  Despite multiple attempts to connect with him and get regular feedback about my...

Emotional Intelligence (EQ) and leadership — two concepts so ubiquitous in workplace lexicon that they are thrown around with the assumption that 1) we all know what they mean and...

Every company wants a strong brand.  Why?  Because branding leads to increased sales volumes typically paired with higher pricing.  That's why people pay $4 for a coffee at Starbucks when...

During my time as a graduate student at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, there was always a not-so-subtle criticism about our business school friends across the river. Business per se...

What would you do in your organization if a key employee resigned, fell ill or had to be fired tomorrow? Would you be prepared?The steps outlined below provide a roadmap...

Last week, I posted about 10 signs that might indicate that you are a bad boss. This week, I'm including 5 more signs that could indicate you, as a manager,...

Recently, Mark Zuckerburg published a position paper deeply in favour of globalization, and not surprisingly, Facebook’s business model. In a lengthy letter to Facebook’s community, Zuckerburg details how Facebook thrives...