Personal Responsibility Versus Corporate Responsibility: Evolutionary?

Technology and innovations change lives. How we adapt depends on a mix of personal responsibility and corporate responsibility. The truth: It is evolutionary responsibility.

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How to Know if You Are a Know-It-All

Nobody is an expert on everything. So why is our culture overridden with know-it-alls? Here’s how to know if you are one and how to change it if you are.

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A Competition All In Your Head: Is It Helpful or Hurtful?

A little healthy competition can be a powerful motivator. What happens to that motivation when a spirit of competition spoils and leads to envy and spite?

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Small Business Marketing for Less

Often, small business owners avoid creating a marketing plan because of fear over costs. Here’s how to do small business marketing for less.

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Finding Our Citizenship Soul

Some may view the past year with a sense of excitement while others view it as turmoil. In either view, finding our citizenship soul is critical, and we need to begin in several areas.

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How Would You Like Your Leadership? Scrambled or Unscrambled?

Leadership can be scrambled or unscrambled. We have a choice in how we lead and in who we want to follow. We need to make the leadership choice.

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Graceful Failure: How To Turn A Mistake Into An Asset

We all make mistakes professionally. When we turn a mistake into an asset and embrace graceful failure, we make the most of the opportunity we’re given.

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If You Were Fired, Who Would Protest?

Who would protest if you were fired? Becoming an others-oriented leader might help to lengthen that list.

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The Most Valuable Thing You Can Do Heading into the New Year

Defining your personal values might be the most valuable thing you can do to prepare for next year. Here are three thoughtful questions to help.

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Millennials: Smart Cities Need Smart Citizens

To achieve a Smart City model, Smart Citizens need to rise up, and Millennials need to take the lead. Smart Citizens will focus on policy and solutions.

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The Best Apologies

With apologies dominating the headlines, we’re getting plenty of examples of bad ones. The best apologies have these things in common.

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Leaders: Have a Sense of History

Leaders are missing a sense of history. A sense of history is important in business, education, nonprofits, and government.

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