Category Archive: Book Notes

A Five-Minute Creativity Workout that Helps you Change the Future

Unimaginative leaders repeat the past. Creative leaders change the future. Creative leaders are better problem solvers. “The only sustainable competitive advantage – for individuals and companies – is creativity,” Josh Linkner “With creativity,… Continue reading

LOVE IN THE WORKPLACE: LANDMINE OR LIFELINE?

NEW BOOK GIVEAWAY!! 20 copies available!! Leave a comment on this guest post by Dr. Beverly Kaye to become eligible for one of 20 complimentary copies of her new book, “Love ‘EM or Lose… Continue reading

How Motherhood Makes Many Women Better Leaders

“Motherhood transforms many women into better leaders.” Joann Lublin – Power Moms Lublin writes, “Tapping skills honed as time-starved parents, they set priorities well, multitasked, and delegated effectively.” And motherhood provides even bigger… Continue reading

The John Wooden Way: 5 Lessons (Plus What if Your Mentor seems Wrong)

Five Lessons: The John Wooden Way #1. How you think “Seek wisdom – understand how the quality of your thinking determines the quality of your philosophy about the fundamentals that guide your work… Continue reading

Leadership Lessons from the Mafia, Hell’s Angels, and Gang Bangers

Would your organization thrive if governments spent billions of dollars trying to destroy it? Criminal organizations overcome all the challenges and obstacles of legal organizations plus the opposition of law enforcement. And they… Continue reading

Hired at 25 – Fired at 35: The Turning Point for the CEO of Dunkin Donuts

Robert Rosenberg (Bob) was 25 years old when his dad asked him to take over the family business. It was 1963. Thirty-five years later the company (Dunkin Donuts) had grown from a 10… Continue reading