An expensive swindle results in a temporary loss of self-confidence but a life-long lesson learned.
Throughout my career I've been taught new things that save time, decrease stress, and preserve dignity. I'm grateful for all of them, and I try really hard to give young people a break when they make stupid mistakes.
The year-end calls for a time of reflection, especially regarding the unpleasant occurrences.
In 1994, I was invited to the PR Seminar. It turned out to be the first of many.
Change is difficult and can sometimes feel like a large rodent is lodged in an organization's throat.
The concept is simple: most of the urgent things on our list are actually not so important to us.
Don Spetner on learning when to bend the rules and go over HR's head.
If an executive appears like a bad egg, behaves like a bad egg, and responds like a bad egg, then he or she probably is a bad egg.
Don Spetner explores the association between between C-suite brusqueness and effectiveness.