Americans are hurried. Most of the time, we are always in pursuit of the next big thing. We live incredibly busy lives, and we do so while connected to our cell phones, emails, and social media. In the workplace, we obsess over delivering quality service, eliminating...

Last week I spent two amazing days at the Georgetown University Womens’ Forum. The event kicked off with a conversation with Sally Yates and wrapped up with a conversation on Women in the Media moderated by Greta Van Susteren. These two conversations bookended inspiring and...

If your company doesn’t have a succession management plan in place, don’t even think about recruiting and retaining millennials and Gen Zs. Study after study reveals that professional development and opportunities for continuous learning are highly attractive to millennials and younger workers. More than pay,...

Most people would agree that the job of a chief executive officer is critically important. The CEO sets the vision for the company, ensures internal teams have the resources they need to execute the vision, engages and works closely with the board of directors, grows...

Following the tragic school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, I have been thinking about the victims, survivors and their families. No parent should send their child to school, only to wonder if they’ll return home safely. No student should wonder...