Principles For The Modern Leader

Principles For The Modern Leader

August 08, 2017

We’re all aware that there are timeless leadership principles that have been true since the dawn of time and that will continue to be valid in tomorrow’s business environment. Things like integrityhonesty, and personal responsibility immediately come to mind. While those are all vital traits, they’re not the leadership traits I’m addressing right now. In today’s world of technology-driven transformation, leaders need to embrace a new leadership principle if they want their organization to be relevant today and in the future.

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Do you speak the most powerful language in the world?

Do you speak the most powerful language in the world?

August 01, 2017

There are over 6,000 languages spoken in the world today, but some 2,000 of them count fewer than 1,000 speakers. Moreover, just 15 accounts for half of the languages spoken in the world.

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What is the value of creativity in today's global economy?

What is the value of creativity in today's global economy?

July 25, 2017

How much do the creative industries contribute to the global economy? A new study has quantified, for the first time, the economic and social contribution of cultural and creative industries (CCI) around the world.

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4 Simple Steps To Turning Your Frown Upside Down

4 Simple Steps To Turning Your Frown Upside Down

July 18, 2017

All of us, at some point in our life, feel down and frustrated, like we're being followed by a big black cloud.  UCLA neuroscientist Alex Korb, author of The Upward Spiral: Using Neuroscience to Reverse the Course of Depression, One Small Change at a Time, has some tips that might just help you brighten up your day. Time for a lesson in neuroscience.

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How Lifelong Learning Can Benefit More Than Just Your Bank Account

How Lifelong Learning Can Benefit More Than Just Your Bank Account

April 26, 2017

In 2015 Doreetha Daniels received her associate degree in social sciences from College of the Canyons, in Santa Clarita, California. But Daniels wasn’t a typical student: She was 99 years old. In the COC press release about her graduation, Daniels indicated that she wanted to get her degree simply to better herself; her six years of school during that pursuit were a testament to her will, determination, and commitment to learning...

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