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May 22nd, 2017  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Corporate Responsibility: How To Publicize B-Corp Certification?

The certifying body called B Laboratories did not invent corporate social responsibility; it merely standardized one concept of what CSR might look like. Companies who have long been serious about CSR may have their own ideas that don’t quite line up with the B Lab standard, and there’s a lot of room for this kind of thinking. Other companies are concerned that B Lab ...

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May 18th, 2017  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Up In The Cloud: Three Misconceptions

As you explore possibilities for moving your company’s computing needs into the cloud, you’re going to come across a few misconceptions. Interestingly, most misconceptions are partly true, and there may have been a time when they were completely true, so it’s important to ask a neutral, informed party whether your understanding of some pretty complex issues ...

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  May 15th, 2017  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Team-Building: Gradual Team-Building Over the Long Haul

In some contexts, it’s called a “mountaintop experience,” that feeling of euphoria many feel after a personal revelation or a special bonding moment with others. On those (seemingly rare) occasions after a team-building event when team members have mountaintop experiences, positivity and good vibes echo throughout the team. Goodwill and optimism permeate ...

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May 11th, 2017  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

The Internet of Things: What’s Happening To Our Reasonable Expectation of Privacy?

In the early days of affordable digital photography, cameras got smaller and people got creative. It cost just as much to shoot a hundred photos as five, so creative shooters could try all kinds of crazy things they might not have when they were paying for film and processing. This meant photos in restaurants, at malls, of everyday people doing everyday things ...

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  May 8th, 2017  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Mobile App Review: Fast Food Apps

There are people out there whose acts are so together that they never have to dash into a fast food joint and grab a big bag of greasy, fast, filling, inexpensive deliciousness. Others, realizing the fast food life is likely the shorter life, merely opt to make better choices. And more power to them all, but we’re here today for people who appreciate American fast food ...

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May 4th, 2017  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Professional Networking: Ghosts In The Machine

If you’re older than 35, you might not be familiar with the term “ghosting,” but you’re probably familiar with the practice. Urban Dictionary’s most popular definition of ghosting is, “The act of suddenly ceasing all communication with someone the subject is dating, but no longer wishes to date. This is done in hopes that the ghostee will just get the hint and leave the ...

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  May 1st, 2017  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Work-Life Balance: Wasting Time Is Not A Waste

No matter how organized you are or how tidy your workspace, you almost surely have to take some time once in a while to go through your desk and discard stuff, or to go through your files and rearrange, or to find permanent places for those email that haven’t been assigned boxes and computer files that you temporarily store on your computer desktop. Organized ...

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April 20th, 2017  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Tips For The Traveling Executive: Overcoming The Fear of Flying

The fear of flying doesn’t care who you are or what you do for a living. NFL Hall-of-Famer John Madden was a professional football coach for eighteen seasons and didn’t realize until well into his career that the anxiety he felt before (and during) every flight didn’t happen to everyone. By some estimates, nearly a third of the adult population fears airplane travel, and ...

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  April 17th, 2017  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Executive Leadership: Balancing Weird With Workable

It’s been pretty clear for the past fifteen years that in certain fields, weird is wonderful. Whether it’s the iconic public quietude of Steve Jobs or the give-yourself-a-job-title mandate at high-profile tech startups, weird is the new black. If it’s old-style leadership, it’s stilted and stifling. There’s something to be said for celebrating weirdness. Weirdness is the opposite ...

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April 20th, 2017  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Tips For The Traveling Executive: Overcoming The Fear of Flying

The fear of flying doesn’t care who you are or what you do for a living. NFL Hall-of-Famer John Madden was a professional football coach for eighteen seasons and didn’t realize until well into his career that the anxiety he felt before (and during) every flight didn’t happen to everyone. By some estimates, nearly a third of the adult population fears airplane travel, and ...

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  April 17th, 2017  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Executive Leadership: Balancing Weird With Workable

It’s been pretty clear for the past fifteen years that in certain fields, weird is wonderful. Whether it’s the iconic public quietude of Steve Jobs or the give-yourself-a-job-title mandate at high-profile tech startups, weird is the new black. If it’s old-style leadership, it’s stilted and stifling. There’s something to be said for celebrating weirdness. Weirdness is the opposite ...

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April 6th, 2017  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Team-Building: Developing Responsible Risk-Takers

The employer-employee relationship, even in the best cases, comes with a built-in power structure that is nearly always on the minds of employees. “My boss says…” and “...for my boss” are seldom uttered without an implication of power. The employee knows there is almost no hope of winning a tug-o-war with a boss, leading to an aversion to get into anything ...

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  April 3rd, 2017  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

The Internet of Things: Keeping An Eye On What’s Keeping An Eye On You

It seems every week brings a news item about some Internet-connected device that has been collecting data on its users without permission. A major manufacturer of smart TVs came under fire when it was revealed that hackers could listen to conversations through the TVs even when the sets were turned off. A WiFi-connected teddy bear, used by parents to send ...

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April 6th, 2017  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Team-Building: Developing Responsible Risk-Takers

The employer-employee relationship, even in the best cases, comes with a built-in power structure that is nearly always on the minds of employees. “My boss says…” and “...for my boss” are seldom uttered without an implication of power. The employee knows there is almost no hope of winning a tug-o-war with a boss, leading to an aversion to get into anything ...

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  April 3rd, 2017  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

The Internet of Things: Keeping An Eye On What’s Keeping An Eye On You

It seems every week brings a news item about some Internet-connected device that has been collecting data on its users without permission. A major manufacturer of smart TVs came under fire when it was revealed that hackers could listen to conversations through the TVs even when the sets were turned off. A WiFi-connected teddy bear, used by parents to send ...

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