Donald Trump brags that he used a $1 million inheritance to create $10 billion net worth. CEOs like Valeant's Mike Pearson hype their quarterly results. Whatever happened to humility as a virtue for leaders?
This week, Barack Obama became the first sitting U.S. president to visit Hiroshima, incinerated and vaporized by American nuclear bombs 71 years ago. For the U.S., as with Japan's own wartime atrocities that still deeply rankle the emotions of its Asian neighbors, the profound apology that matters is not about the past but the future. It is about taking convincing actions today that ensure what happened in the past never happens again. That future-oriented apology remains lacking all around. (continued)
We need our smartphones, notifications screens and web browsers to be exoskeletons for our minds and interpersonal relationships that put our values, not our impulses, first. People's time is valuable. And we should protect it with the same rigor as privacy and other digital rights.
When you speak for a living, you get all kinds of questions. One of the most common questions has to do with conquering the fear known as "stage fright."
According to CardHub, 42 percent of retailers have yet to upgrade their terminals.
In our lives, we decide where to go to school, what to take, what car to buy, who to marry, where to live, how to raise our children. Surely, we can decide when to get our work done.
Let's say you are applying for a new job. You have a professional resume, a complete LinkedIn profile, letters of recommendation and you have lots of experience for the position you are applying to.
Do you want to be an inspiring leader, but are afraid of becoming an obnoxious boss? Many of the professional women I speak with tell me they feel they are ready to become better leaders, but they don't know where to start.
Movie marketing was a multimedia marketing experience long before the web. Marketers work with what they have, a concept creators who trade in fantasy realms have long understood.