586 results for author: William Flamme


Ben Zander: The Art of Possibility

There are two worlds, and it is our choice which one we choose to live in. The first is "downward spiral" and the normal life we live consisting of competition, pressure and limits. The second world is expansive and "radiates possibilities." Ben Zander, an ...
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Good Karma $1

When you're left with nothing to tell your message, you go to the simplest tool - cardboard and some kind of instrument to mark on that board. This engaging short film captures Alex Bogusky's fascination with street-level philanthropy and communication that ...
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Courage in Leadership: A Conversation With Peter Bregman

In this exclusive interview ExecuNet CMO Anthony Vlahos and ExecuNet contributor Peter Bregman, bestselling author of 18 Minutes: Find Your Focus, Master Distraction, and Get the Right Things Done, discuss the state of leadership today. Peter is a renowned ...
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Jack Welch: Winning in Times of Uncertainty

In a Q&A session with John Bussey, Assistant Managing Editor of The Wall Street Journal, Jack Welch, the iconic former CEO of General Electric and Fortune's "Manager of the Century," expanded on his insights into leadership and management. Check out ...
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A Conversation with Doug Sundheim on Risk Taking in Business

The topic of risk in business endeavors plagues most executives. One big mistake could do serious damage to  one's company and career. In this exclusive interview with ExecuNet's Chief Marketing Officer Anthony Vlahos, executive coach Doug Sundheim ...
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Cyber Crime and Cyber War – Your Industry on the Battlefield

"There is a massive shift in geo-political power taking place right now globally," said Alec Ross, former Senior Advisor for Innovation to the Secretary of State and an expert in geopolitics of cybersecurity. Most people think power is going toward Asia, but ...
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Sisters and CEOs: Each With Her Own Style, Both With the Same Passion

CEO sisters Denise Morrison and Maggie Wilderotter shared personal stories and philosophies on business and rising to leadership. Morrison is President and CEO of Campbell Soup and is regularly recognized as one of the "Most Powerful Women" on Forbes' and ...
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Unconventional Thinking for an Unpredictable Economy

Co-authors of the The New York Times bestseller Freakonomics and its sequel SuperFreakonomics, Steve Levitt and Stephen Dubner shared the stage at the World Business Forum and through engaging real-world stories offered sage business advice. Steve Levitt, ...
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Stories of Drive, Complexity and Success

Navigating the turbulence, she said, is all about leadership. "We don't need more information. We need leaders who can translate information into knowledge, knowledge into understanding, and understanding into wisdom so we can make smart choices." For Koehn, ...
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Leadership and Talent: The Challenges Ahead

Claudio Fernández-Aráoz, a highly sought-after top global expert on hiring and promotion decisions, took the stage at the 2013 World Business Forum and told the assembled attendees that the next great obstacle for business leaders was meeting the challenges ...
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What’s Your $1 Billion Idea?

Anyone would be inspired by the story of Nick Woodman, the CEO of GoPro, a $2.5B company that makes wearable HD video cameras. The highlights: In the late 1990s/early 2000s, Woodman blows $4M of VC money on a failed venture called funBugs.com, an ultima...
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What You Have in Common with the Broncos and Seahawks

The Super Bowl, a day Americans gather in front of TV screens all across the country and watch modern day gladiators compete for one of the greatest titles in sports. As executives, we do the same. Sure, the stage is different, but every day we are competing ...
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