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According to reports, 70 percent of the nation's workforce hate their jobs. Learning firsthand how to inspire and lead people can directly impact the people in charge. "Fusion Leadership" combines the powerful stories of eight prominent lea...

I wish everyone would see, "Americans," at the National Museum of the Americans, in Washington, D.C. It is keyed to the ubiquity of Native Americans in popular culture. Spectacularly installed, in a grand hall, are hundreds of Indian-themed...

You've made new resolutions for 2018 and the first one is not to make resolutions. Instead, you're going to "set goals." Goals will help by keeping you organized and allowing you to share your progress on social media, a little...

Be a force for change, disrupt, innovate, energize. Ferocious competition. Technological advances. Generational differences. Cultural diversity. Political policies and mandates. Economic uncertainty. Constant change. These are the facts of business t...

"Youthquake" is the verbal concoction recently declared Word of the Year (the year being 2017) by the experts at Oxford Dictionaries. They define it as "significant cultural, political, or social change arising from the actions or infl...

Most companies today believe they are focused on their people above all else. And for some, this is true. But in reality, it's often not the case. "In essence, we have our priorities wrong," argues author Shawn Casemore. "We are...

The human brain is wired to seek reward and avoid pain and conflict--and change is associated with fear of an unknown future. POWER YOUR TRIBE delves deeply into the emotional undertow that often accompanies growth and change, so leaders can...