I have a passion for helping entrepreneurs. For a couple of years, I kept an eye on a young entrepreneur, a college student at the time, we’ll call him Barry, who had impressed me and his professors as a hard worker, honest, and dedicated, and who wanted to start his own company when he graduated. […]
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Author: Chuck Papageorgiou
Most words have a denotation and a connotation, and “trust” is no different; In a very generic sense, I think “Trust is a condition, or internal state of mind, I reach over time that allows me to set my expectations with relative confidence as to the future behavior of, or the outcome from a commitment […]
This blog is a collection of thoughts and ideas and is dedicated to the “operators.” The people who make things run in most companies.
This research paper really touched a nerve for me! The conclusion of the researchers is a sad commentary on what passes for leadership, but, unfortunately, based on my private observations and experiences from many years of business, it is unsurprising. Organizational or Principled dissent – the act of identifying, protesting, or driving change to ethically […]