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Boomer Think Tank: A Definition of Leadership Today

POSTED ON October 4th  - POSTED IN ArCompany

On our Think Tanks this month we are tackling what is the definition of leadership today. We are looking at the topic from each generation’s viewpoint in order to measure how much progress has been made, and what challenges still exist. This month, our panel included: Rick Rice – Corporate communications and crisis management consultant […]

Leadership Perspectives 2014: Lessons from Technology and Digital CEOs

POSTED ON December 23rd  - POSTED IN Insights

As we move into 2015, it’s clear where the market going. Many of us who work in the social media and tech space have helped propel this industry forward as it makes significant inroads into the fabric of organizations. The road has been long and for some of us, it’s still challenging. Any start-up businesses requires a lot […]

The #FutureOfBusiness Is Social: Adapt Or Die

POSTED ON December 11th  - POSTED IN Future Of Business

I spoke to someone the other day, who, like me, was trying to sell nascent technology/solutions to businesses who were less inclined to buy, let alone understand these new products and services. This gentleman described a conversation he had with a current client who was frustrated with the way things are today: I remember when I […]

Leaders Don’t Seek Out Blame by @DanielNewmanUV

POSTED ON March 19th  - POSTED IN Work Culture

Editor’s Note: This post, written by Daniel Newman, was first published on MillenialCEO. Daniel Newman has kindly granted ArCompany permission to republish this post here. The Unpredictable Nature of Leadership If you have led long enough, I’m sure at least one plan, one perfectly concocted idea for business or life has gone awry. Regardless of […]