Current news articles that are relevant to the topics of Extreme Personal Leadership® and Enlightened Corporate Governance®.
On review of your financials, you may find that your company could be doing better. You know that you have a solid staff and that you're on the right path for getting the word out about what your firm can provide, but you're noticing that there's friction among employees.
How well management handles key risks often determines whether the company will achieve its strategic goals.
Succession planning has always been defined as the number one responsibility of board members followed closely by strategic plan development.
The surprising thing about these four traits is that they are not genetic, they are not reserved for a lucky few, and they are not beyond the reach of anyone that wants to be an empowered leader.
Women are well established in professions like medicine, law and banking. They’ve advanced to the top of prominent companies, including General Motors, GlaxoSmithKline, Pepsico and IBM. Yet a gap remains: corporate boards.
Most leadership education today focuses on what to do and how to do it. In recent years, we have begun focusing on the level of awareness or consciousness that each leader is capable of holding. Essentially, this is a shift from doing to being. Every person has the potential to lead with multidimensional levels of awareness.
It’s an honor to be here with you today [March 7, 2017], and I am grateful for the opportunity to share our perspectives on corporate governance.
George Grody keeps his “leadership brand” – a list of personal values and beliefs – on his iPhone.
The year 2017 begins amid significant shifts in the world’s geopolitical order. Recent events such as the U.S. Presidential election and the United Kingdom’s historic vote to leave the European Union have brought with them a great deal of both political and economic uncertainty.
I was 22 years old when I first moved to Boise, Idaho. I relocated for a job, but the job didn't work out how I expected. Before I knew it, I was jobless. I didn't have much in the way of prospects, and I didn't know a single soul in town.