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4 Myths About Time and Why Leaders Believe Them

  • 08/18

“A man who dares to waste one hour of time has not discovered the value of life.” – Charles Darwin  Time. It’s a concept that humans have spent millennia trying to understand and unbox. Everyone from scientists to philosophers to…

Building a Workplace That’s Failsafe

  • 05/18

What does it mean to have a failsafe workplace? It’s not a place that’s safe from failure—it’s a place where it’s safe to fail. Here’s the difference and what it means to leadership. Whether real or imagined, we all attach…

Behind Boardroom Doors with Betsy Atkins

  • 04/18

As an executive search expert with over 30 years of experience in the field, I’ve seen a lot of changes in the boardroom. From how boards operate to who is around the table, serving on the board is a different…

Cybersecurity: From the Server Room to the Boardroom

  • 03/18

In the past, the issue of cybersecurity has fallen onto the shoulders of IT – but just as cybersecurity has changed and advanced rapidly in the last few decades, so have the stakeholders responsible for handling it; cybersecurity is now…

Why 2018 Will Be the Year of Proximity

  • 01/18

What’s the kiss of death for leadership teams looking to connect on a deeper level with their workforce? Being accused of living in an “ivory tower.” Each generation has its idea of what constitutes “out of touch,” of what its…

Naps Part 2: Where Do You Stand?

  • 12/17

My most recent blogpost made waves, with people on both sides of the aisle weighing in on the question of whether naps are a sign of weakness in the workplace or a necessary tool for increasing productivity. The science says…

Naps are a Weapon of Efficiency

  • 11/17

“Why does the eye see a thing more clearly in dreams than the imagination when awake?” – Leonardo da Vinci, notorious napper As you begin to recover from Thanksgiving and think back to the naps you likely enjoyed as a…

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