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These are some of the methods we’ve used to create and sustain a diverse and inclusive workplace.
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1. Understanding your authentic self and communicating who you are with clarity and confidence 2. Knowing what you want to
As a trained lawyer, what would you say to people who advise against CEOs being 'exposed' on social media, as they can say
In summary, when added into the diversity and inclusion equation (that includes demographic diversity or cognitive diversity
If there ever was a time to realize creative potential inside companies it is now. A quick look at the top issues facing
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Acknowledging the dualism between body and symbol in an awareness of death motivates us to live life to its fullest and to heal the world.
What do Charles Darwin, Candice Bergen and Michael Jordan have in common? They’re all said to be introverts.    So are Bill
The truth is that our education system won’t change anytime soon, but you have the choice to understand its shortcomings and work around it.
It can be easily said that social media is a part of everybody's day-to-day life. For leaders, it's a great tool to raise your profile, position yourself as an expert, find new business or career opportunities and stay current in the turbulent business world.
The Micro Expression Training Tool (METT) and the Subtle Expression Training Tool (SETT) can be learned online, but more
It will suffice to say that leaders help themselves and others to do the right things. They set direction, build an inspiring vision, and create something new.
The worst insult in an African village or society is to be called "tightfisted". There are proverbs in very West African
Last year, I traveled to the Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan, a temporary home for 80,000 Syrian refugees who fled their country's
Confucius advised: "Choose a job you love and you will never work a day in your life."  Steve Jobs agreed, counselling: "The only way to do great work is to love what you do." The truth is a meta-analysis of almost one hundred different studies of working adults in almost every conceivable profession finding that when our interests match our jobs we are generally more satisfied and happier with our lives.
Our world is calling all leaders to wake up and stand up for what they feel compelled to change or create. You are more powerful than you believe in your ability to have a positive impact and influence in the world.
This acronym for L.E.A.D.E.R. is an attempt to identify the characteristics, attributes, and mindset to create a much better meaning for the word. What words would you change and why?
Millennials were raised to believe that America was beyond the incitement of needless hatred, and that the world's leaderships were increasingly less likely to prescribe violence as a remedy to frustration.