Why Moral Leadership Is Important by Dov Seidman Founder and Executive Chairman By this time last year, powerful technological, political, social, and economic forces were already reshaping the world faster than we were able to reliably adapt — deepening divisions among us and intensifying anxiety within us.
Seven Pointers for Future Leaders from Moral Philosophers September 5, 2017 By Dov Seidman This fall, some 20 million students will attend colleges and universities across America. At a formative time in their lives – intellectually, emotionally and morally – they’ll be exposed to a range of people and ideas that will
Want to do Big Things? Make Yourself Small May 20, 2015 By Dov Seidman How do you define a leader? It’s a question I’ve been asking myself for years now and one I try to ask the CEOs, business owners and managers I come into contact with. (Notice I didn’t say leaders I come in contact
The Ultimate Sign You're Working for a Great Company April 1, 2015 By Dov Seidman Fortune’s annual “100 Best Companies to Work For” list provides useful insights into how we collectively view corporate culture. Most of us flip through the pages or click through the screens hovering over pictures and blurbs highlighting gourmet chefs, nap rooms, yoga
Ich bin ein Cavalier: What We Can Learn From LeBron, German Soccer And The Spurs August 19, 2014 By Dov Seidman I want to congratulate LeBron James, Germany and the San Antonio Spurs on their recent wins -- before they fade from our minds -- and for demonstrating to the world, and each other, how