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How did I get here, on a blog, for everyone to read and see…??

Seriously, I don’t know. I’m a private person and I’m a bit scared to throw it all out there. Well, not all of it, but I’m dipping my toes in uncharted waters (for me at least) and so we will see how well I can navigate here… 314 more words

Accountability

Three Keys to Culture Transformation: Lead, engage, align

by Diana Rivenburgh

What causes cultures to run amok? Why do people do things they never thought they would? Perhaps the most important question is “what can we do to create ethical, high performance, engaged cultures?” 569 more words

Starbucks CEO: Giuliani's Obama Remarks 'Vicious'

Though he recently told TIME he has no personal political ambitions, Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz hasn’t stopped stepping into the political fray.

On Friday, Schultz issued a statement lambasting former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani for Giuliani’s recent declaration that President Obama doesn’t love America. 303 more words

The Big Payoff: Doing well while doing good 02.18.15

Businesses today are all talking about “doing well by doing good.” Starbucks’ CEO Howard Schultz isn’t just talking. He’s figured out a way of making what matters to him matter to his stakeholders, including his employees and even his customers. 43 more words

The Big Payoff

Starbucks CEO Sparks An All-Too-Real Racial Tolerance Conversation

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The CEO of your favorite place to get a white chocolate mocha (or is that just us) has gone from admirable coffeehouse entrepreneur to impassioned orator.  453 more words

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Starbucks CEO sparks all-too-real racial tolerance conversation

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The CEO of your favorite place to get a white chocolate mocha (or is that just us) has gone from admirable coffeehouse entrepreneur to impassioned orator.  474 more words

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Coffee Talk: Starbucks CEO Sparks An All-Too-Real Race Conversation

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The CEO of your favorite place to get a white chocolate mocha (or is that just us) has gone from admirable coffeehouse entrepreneur to impassioned orator. 428 more words

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