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15-10 Story 1: Choosing the Boss: What makes a good CEO?


SYNOPSIS: A number of high-profile companies have appointed new CEOs lately. What is it that makes one candidate better than another to lead a corporation and make it innovative and profitable? 1,981 more words

Viewpoints Podcasts

Best Work Day Ever

Is there one question we can ask that will help us figure out what we want to do with our lives at work?

It may not be the only question, but asking ‘What was your best day ever?’ serves a variety of situations: 392 more words

Connecting The Dots

Craig Biggio to the Hall of Fame and Your Compliance Team

For those of you who do not believe that global warming is upon us, let me assure you that it is real and unfortunately caused by humans. 1,159 more words


Why You Want Beam Holders in Your Business

This is part one of a two-part series on beam holders. Read on to find out what that is, and how you can find them. 595 more words

Lessons For CEOs

The One Person Every CEO Needs

I love reading “The Corner Office” column by Adam Bryant in the New York Times on Fridays and Sundays. Adam talks with CEOs and other leaders about management and often asks about the lessons they learned on the road to success. 552 more words

An Ally's Advice

Trying Something Different - the Desktop Risk Assessment

How many among you out there are sushi fans? Conversely, how many out there consider the idea of eating raw fish right up there with going into to the dentist’s office for some long overdue remedial work? 1,523 more words


On August 11th

On August 11th, my heart broke.

It was about 8:30pm, and my husband and I were watching some TV show that I now cannot remember.  During the commercial break a quick blurb from a news anchor of the upcoming headlines yielded this: “…and coming up, authorities have confirmed that the Oscar-winning actor and comedian, Robin Williams, has been found dead in his home at the age of 63 by an apparent suicide by asphyxiation.” 1,520 more words