- @MerrittBaer @thegrugq Lesson from this: Don’t live in the Bay Area./ / 3 hours ago
- @acfou If you believe in the fantasies told by your #adtech “partners” I implore you to read Dr. Fou and do somethi… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…/ / 3 hours ago
- @tomfgoodwin I’ll take Mr. Goodwin laying 30 against any consult**t/ / 3 hours ago
- Tonight’s seats at the Knicks game, courtesy of fellow Pioneer @_URBANSOUL ( Shanell Finney ,14). What a view!… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…/ / 4 hours ago
- RT @jason_kint: one word. arrogance. a CEO who refuses to answer to global lawmakers despite massive global erosion in trust of his company…/ / 8 hours ago
- RT @uticacollege: President Casamento announced today that UC has received the largest bequest in the College's history: a $2.35 million gi…/ / 8 hours ago
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Tag Archives: leadership skills
The quest for the bottom line leads to brutality, says Seth Godin in today’s blog post. The race to the bottom, driven by price, causes people within companies to treat others with disregard of the Golden Rule. Outsourcing, treating customers … Continue reading
I certainly hope not. Yet how many executives who speak of their company as having a “family” atmosphere think nothing of sacrificing that same family when the numbers are a little short. Oh, it’s explained using all the right terms, … Continue reading
Google’s SVP of HR, Lazlo Block, has revealed that the infamous Google interview questions were a bunch of hooey after all. Turns out when decide to play “stump the interviewee” you’re just stroking your own ego. Further, what type of … Continue reading
Our leadership skills aren’t as special as we think. We can’t make average talent outstanding. Spend less time managing the average and more time talking with and recruiting the exceptional. Talent and grit win.