by Barry S. Saltzman is CEO of Saltzman Enterprise Group Acting “like a boss” may not be the best way to get respect from your employees. A strong leader aims to shift workplace culture. Consider for a moment the difference between a boss and a leader—what distinguishes the two? Some immediate differences come to mind.
Anyone that knows me knows that I love Disney, and more specifically I love Winnie-the-Pooh and often reference him in leadership presentations. I think we can learn a lot from A.A. Milne about leadership and life: “Pooh looked at his two paws. He knew that one of them was the right, and he knew that
The Lufthansa plane crash serves as a reminder: Leaders must encourage openness in their organizations. written by Rob Bogosian April 8, 2015 German airline Lufthansa might want to look at its screening process after a co-pilot committed murder-suicide in March (Photo of a Lufthansa airbus by Lasse Fuss, courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.) On March 24, co-pilot
In December 1775, “An American Guesser” anonymously wrote to the Pennsylvania Journal: “I observed on one of the drums belonging to the marines now raising, there was painted a Rattle-Snake, with this modest motto under it, ‘Don’t tread on me.’ As I know it is the custom to have some device on the arms of
written by: Lisa Falzone, Contributor, CEO and Co-founder of Revel Systems Succeeding in competitive sports requires laser-sharp focus, hard work and unwavering discipline. The same can be said of running a multi-million dollar company. And that’s why, despite the fact that my days as a swimmer at Stanford University are behind me, I continue to apply the