One of the great leadership opportunities in the world today is in doing something about human trafficking. Greg Atkinson has a great post on it today. You can check it out right here.
If you are looking for memorable ideas and concepts that will help develop leaders in your organization, Toy Box Leadership: Leadership Lessons from the Toys You Loved as a Child by Ron Hunter Jr. and Michael E. Waddell is a
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Great practical illustration of Peter Drucker's "What business are you in?" question today on Colin Cowherd's ESPN radio show. Cowherd referred to Eric Allen's comments yesterday that when the New York Giants drive to the stadium on Sunday they know
This is both fascinating and important. Steve Jobs at NeXT spending time talking about "who is our target customer?" Side note: Jobs has on a black shirt and jeans even in this video!
One of the communicators that has consistently grabbed my attention is Bill Hybels, Senior Pastor at Willow Creek. In a talk he gave at the Reveal conference he shared that the tendency most of the time is to do what
We’re back in the OC for a few days of R & R before the big fall push. Nothing like waking up to a cool onshore flow and this view! Wish you were here!
If you’ve been around StrategyCentral for any time at all you know that I like to draw to explain concepts. I’ve been trying to explain to some friends the importance of being clear about who your customer is and this