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Leading your Business into 2014 with a Bullhorn or a Comfy Couch

January 26, 2014 by Lucas Shaffer
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Since 2010, I believe I have heard it all when talking about online marketing. Some businesses try to lead the market by being the loudest in the room while others drive home casual indulgence. You may already know I am always leaning on the latter…with flip flops on.[read more]

Decisions in the Social Space... are you a creative or a reactive leader?

March 16, 2010 by Adrian Swinscoe

Are You a Creative or a Reactive Leader? A good leader always seem to be the one that can find or facilitate the solution to a persistent problem and tends to more creative in their thinking rather than reactive.  In business, they anticipate future demands & trends and make new products or tailor the ones they already...[read more]

Personal Brands: Don't Pack More Than You Can Carry

February 24, 2010 by Nance Rosen

According to Sunday's New York Times, the new CEO at Xerox does her own grocery shopping and most of her own household chores. Ursula Burns flies on the corporate jet, but she parks her car in the parking lot and carries her own bags. This is an extraordinary person. Reared by a single mother, along with her brother and sister, CEO...[read more]

Authentic Leadership

October 3, 2008 by Darek Kleczek

Aspiring leaders very often search for instructions or advice on how to master leadership. The article Discovering Your Authentic Leadership in Harvard Business Review claims that the place to discover leadership lies in our own biography. The authors have conducted a massive study to identify ways of developing leadership skills, and...[read more]

Should Marketing Executives Blog?

March 27, 2008 by Daniel Schawbel
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I never like to deny my readership access to some of my addition content. I'm officially a columnist for TheLadders.com and my first article came out today to premium members only. To me, anyone who reads this blog is a premium member, therefore I'm going to share it with all of you. You can also find the article here. If you're...[read more]

Revival meetings: execs and pundits debate strategies

March 2, 2008 by Paul Gillin

Your obedient editor has been traveling for much of the last week, but the death watch doesn't stop. Catching up on a few ongoing stories: Zell Hell The Tribune Company's new owner is making his presence felt, and he's making a lot of people uncomfortable in the process: Zell visited the Washington bureau of the LA Times and said its...[read more]

 
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