The secret to becoming invaluable in the workplace: Be yourself

Looking to come across as more authentic and confident among your peers? The key, according to Sally Hogshead, author of the New York Times bestseller How the World Sees You and 2015 IABC World Conference keynote speaker, is to be more like yourself. In this episode of CW Radio, Sally shares the importance of understanding your personality strengths and harnessing them to your advantage. To achieve just that, Sally created the Fascination Advantage assessment, which applies the principles… Read More

Crisis Control: Leadership Skills for the 3 Phases of a Crisis

Even when crises are not the fault of the organization involved, they can be devastating to their overall image. Businesses that have suffered a serious crisis face an uphill battle to recover. Without the leadership of experienced individuals who can steer their organizations through bad times, such recoveries may be impossible. Today’s business leaders need to demonstrate strong crisis leadership in all three phases of the crisis-planning cycle: anticipation and prevention, mitigation,… Read More

Rethinking our ideas of structure, power and planning: An interview with Aaron Dignan

CW Executive Editor Natasha Nicholson recently spoke with Aaron Dignan, founding partner of the New York-based digital strategy firm Undercurrent, about the structure and values organizations need to embrace in order to be successful today. Author of the book Game Frame: Using Games as a Strategy for Success, Dignan translates disruptive innovations at the fringe of the digital space into meaningful lessons for the mainstream. Learn more during his keynote session at the 2015 IABC World Conference…. Read More

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