A reflection on what has changed and remained true in the leadership world after nearly 40 years in business.
Your first corporate board seat is the hardest to find. A well thought-out personal action plan is your best path to obtain a position.
Companies can take much more comprehensive approaches to data security, including assessing risk, creating and implementing cybersecurity and incident response plans, and training employees.
It is important for companies to evaluate how they are protecting their valuable information. It is also imperative for companies to assess whether their hiring and on-boarding practices put them at risk of being sued by a competitor.
But learning to accept your fears is an important step toward mastering them.
Chief executives who think they know everything are on the fast-track to disappointment
While Colorado is one of the best places to live, it's not necessarily one of the best places to work.
The city girl from San Francisco has got "the try" – a characteristic of a cowhand. Sharing the power of "the try" has become a leadership mantra.
No matter the size or scope of a company, all businesses must be aware of growing cybersecurity threats.
It can be easy to get bogged down by the perks – gym memberships, kegerators in the company kitchen, mini badminton tournaments – but there has to be a genuinely exceptional corporate culture to back that up.
Simplifying messages is a talent that’s extremely valuable in an executive. Framing issues quickly and getting to the essence is a skill that comes more naturally to some than others.
While data breaches may begin to feel inevitable, with the bad guys seemingly always one step ahead, it’s clear that companies need to take cybersecurity seriously, devoting personnel and money to the issue.