CEOs need to be on social. Um, yesterday in fact.
If you didn’t know this yet, well, the numbers are staggering.
Ted Coine explains his recent career transition.
We should be back, with a bit of a different look/feel, by about June 1.
Recently I organised an amazing project to bring 6 perfect strangers together to Ozzy Osbourne’s former guitarist’s studio, with the sole ambition of honouring my friend Bill Nelson, leader of English pop art groups Be-Bop Deluxe and Red Noise. Bill has given me over 40 years of pleasure through his continuous creativity. United only by a shared purpose and passion […]
Work isn’t everything. How do you prove that to yourself daily while still accomplishing tasks, though? (And especially when and if bigger, more important things happen.)
There are approximately 11.2 million articles written almost every day on how to improve productivity, and much of it is BS and fluff. What’s the real story?
To quote The Rock: “Fiiiiiiiiiiinallly Russell Goldsmith has returned to Open for Business, and he does so with two new podcasts.”
We often come at these discussions from a place that the execution-level of a company (rank and files and middle managers) can’t see.
Some studies have shown that 68% of the Fortune 500 CEOs aren’t on social media. But for the ones that are, what traits are making the biggest difference to their business?