George*, a managing director at a large financial services firm, had an uncanny ability to move a roomful of people to his perspective. What George said was not always popular, but he was a master persuader.
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Complaining about the unfairness of life is the best way to fail at it. Life isn't fair. Everyone hears that statement from the time they're in diapers but even so, many people pretend it isn't so. Rather
Great leaders have to find their own way, but to get the masses moving together they all need to master this trait. Recently I conversed with a friend who runs a large company. He was struggling with challenges
Millennials have a reputation for being entitled, lazy and – worst of all in the workplace – difficult to manage. While these Gen Y stereotypes are getting tired, a lack of understanding between employees
If you want your company to be the best, there are three rules: 1. Be better. 2. Don't be cheap. And 3. There are no other rules. That's according to a recently released book co-authored by Deloitte director