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The Pain Of Gratitude

There is something fundamentally challenging about gratitude that goes beyond remembering to practice it. If I truly admit how damn fortunate I am, I...

Leadership Lessons In Business – Are You A Fox Or A...

The philosopher Isaiah Berlin published The Hedgehog and the Fox in 1953, which is a reference to the ancient Greek poet Archilochus’s famous statement that “a...

Is The Meyers-Briggs Test Meaningless?

The Myers-Briggs personality test is used by companies the world over but the evidence is that it's nowhere near as useful as its popularity...

Socrates on Trial: The Difference Between Winning and Excellence

by Richard Gunderman, Indiana University-Purdue University Surveying news headlines in recent years, it seems that cheating is rampant. In the athletic arena, Lance Armstrong was stripped...

It Matters What Your People Think

EVERY BUSINESS I have ever been called in to consult on matters of leadership, teamwork, and performance has had essentially the same malady: management...

Trust Matters. Learn How To Earn It and Keep It

The importance of trust is an emerging topic in business these days, showing up in advertisements, blogs, books and in articles. But unlike most...

What Would Plato Think of TV?

Imagining what the ancient Greek philosopher Plato would think of Google, Fox News, Tiger Moms, and neuroscience might seem like the sort of activity...