Do your leaders ignite brilliance
and power innovation
with imagination, not fear?
To be capital-efficient, many companies don't hire until they need someone in the job. Now. To accelerate timelines that are falling behind, take care of customers who aren't getting enough attention, generate sales that are going to a competitor, fix engineering or logistical problems, plug holes before any whiff of impropriety reaches the regulators or auditors. Now.
"Filling the job now" works best when you also "fill the job right." That's where we come in. To:
Executive retreats are expensive investments. What should you get for your investment, time, trouble and travel?
You are the CEO of You LLC -- and, ultimately, are responsible for your own development. For deciding what will enrich your life, fulfil your passions and dreams, leave the legacy that makes a difference.
Gotta love Ed Rendell, former District Attorney and Mayor of Philadelphia, former Governor of Pennsylvania. No one throws down the gauntlet like Ed, and says, "Lift your game. Do what's right. Talk straight. Make a difference." Ed's new book, a Nation of Wusses, builds on his comment when the Eagles football Championship game was cancelled because a snowstorm was forecast (and never materialized).
A happy and kosher Passover - or, חג פסח סמח וכשר Beyond the food, wine and songs - it's a celebration of courage, of hope, redemption and breaking out of old trendlines to create an inflection point and lift your aspirations -- to achieve prosperity in the Promised Land. What's yours?
Brilliance. What iconic business leader personifies it more than the late Steve Jobs (z”l), co-founder and CEO of Apple? Jobs is the model for seeing around the next corner, over the next hurdle and envisioning game-changing possibilities.