Thought Leadership from Dov Seidman

Human Connection in a Work-From-Home World

Fortune– How the best leaders help companies build deeper connection in a work-from-home world.

April 2, 2021

The Rise of the Human Economy

Leader to Leader – On the distinctly “human” values and behaviors that organizations must embrace to prosper in our rapidly reshaped world.

March 6, 2017

Why Today’s Capitalism is No Longer Laissez-Faire

Fortune – The importance of language and how new terms can expand our thinking and inspire elevated behavior when it is applied to how we describe leadership and capitalism.

October 15, 2015

Thinking Higher, Feeling Deeper

LinkedIn – On the one year anniversary of Elie Wiesel’s passing, Dov reflected on Elie’s impact on the world and how his morally courageous words left a lasting legacy.

July 2, 2017

From the Knowledge Economy to the Human Economy

Harvard Business Review – The business implications as we transition to a reshaped economy and machines begin to replace humans in some fundamental capacities.

November 12, 2014

What Kind of Leaders Do We Need?

Huffington Post – This articles explores how students, through the Elie Wiesel Foundation for Humanity Prize in Ethics, are addressing some of the most difficult questions in ethics and humanity.

October 7, 2014

Seven Philosophical Pointers for Future Leaders

LinkedIn – Whether students study STEM or liberal arts, they will ultimately confront complex ethical issues and moral philosophy offers us a blueprint for the reshaped and frequently disorienting world we now live in.

September 5, 2017

Why Colleges Must Teach Students How to Pause

Wall Street Journal – To ensure we are educating a new generation of real ethical leaders as our world now demands, students must learn how to pause, connect to their most deeply held principles and develop self-knowledge.

September 17, 2015

‘How,’ Not ‘How Much’

Forbes – It’s clear that size alone does not guarantee success. Instead of pursuing “how much,” organizations that examine “how” they can strengthen organizational culture and how well employees collaborate are inspiring greater performance and innovation.

August 12, 2011

A Cure for the Common Corporation

Forbes –  In a more interdependent world, it has become important to develop framework for analyzing how organizations operate and relate to society, and how their people behave and make decisions.

July 17, 2012

The Gift of Pause

Huffington Post – The origins and rationale behind GivingPause.com, an online tool designed to help people pause and reflect on their values and the consequences of their behavior.

October 15, 2015

There’s More to Taking a Break Than Just Sitting

Fast Company – From meditation rooms to mindfulness seminars, more and more businesses are trying to slow down, but effectively pausing requires the right kind of reflection and questions.

July 9, 2014

Not Business As Usual

The Royal Society of Arts – In a morally interdependent world, businesses must focus on how they engage with customers and employees if society as a whole is to prosper.

Winter 2012

Time for a Pause

The New York Times – With technology exposing our behaviors and secrets for the world to comment on, we must pause to reflect and imagine a better way in this newly interdependent world.

January 6th, 2015

Donald Trump Is So Wrong About NATO

TIME – Co-written with Admiral Stavridis, this piece outlines why global interdependence requires alliances like NATO, which is built not just on shared interests, but also shared values, to ensure the safety and prosperity.

July 21, 2016

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