645 results for author: William Flamme


Scott Anthony: Leave Your Comfort Zone

Scott Anthony, managing partner of innovative consulting firm Innosight and author of The First Mile: A Launch Manual for Getting Great Ideas into the Market, sat down with ExecuNet's CMO Anthony Vlahos to talk about being an innovative leader in today's ...
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The Business Case for Joy

Want your people to collaborate effectively and trust one another? Then listen to Rich Sheridan, CEO of Menlo Innovations and author of Joy Inc., discuss a blueprint for people  who want a committed, energizing atmosphere at work — leading to sustainable ...
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Looking for Flexibility and More Freedom in Your Next Job?

With the turning of the seasons, fall becomes a popular time to accelerate a job search: the leaves are changing; there's a slight bite in the air; kids have gone back to school. Since we were kids, fall has always been associated with new beginnings, so it's ...
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Lessons for Leading in an Ever-Changing World

Over the summer, we met with some of the thought leaders in the ExecuNet community and asked them for their viewpoints on the challenges leaders face now and in the coming years. They shared their thoughts on tough choices that still influence them, the ...
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Chip Conley: Lessons From a Radical Entrepreneur

As founder of Joie de Vivre, a boutique hotel chain in San Francisco, Chip Conley disrupted the hotel industry by growing his company into the second largest boutique hotel chain in the United States. His creative and disruptive spirit comes from his belief ...
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Peter Sims: The Origins of Breakthrough Ideas

The modern industrial corporation is well-suited to executing on known problems but poorly equipped to execute on discovery, experimentation and entrepreneurship. Companies and people today need to be more creative and entrepreneurial in order to meet with ...
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Judy Robinett: How Entrepreneurs Can Become Power Networkers

How does one go about networking with more successful people? Building a network composed of the "right" people? What is the role of social media in networking? One member of the ExecuNet community, Judy Robinett – known as "the woman with the titanium ...
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The Toughest Challenges to Leading Into the Future

What are the toughest challenges organizational leaders need to overcome to lead us into the future? Wanting to know what thought leaders in the ExecuNet community would say on this topic, we arranged to meet with some of them in New York City this summer. ...
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Book Review #2

Connection Culture: The Competitive Advantage of Shared Identity, Empathy & Understanding at Work By Michael Lee Stallard Check it out on Amazon
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Book Review #3

Earning It: Hard-Won Lessons from Trailblazing Women at the Top of the Business World By Joann S. Lublin Check it out on Amazon
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A Conversation with Doug Sundheim on Risk Taking in Leadership

In this exclusive interview with ExecuNet's Chief Marketing Officer Anthony Vlahos, executive coach Doug Sundheim explains his views on taking risks from a leader's perspective. Doug works with leaders and teams of Fortune 500 companies and entrepreneurial ...
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ExecuNet Member Beats the Odds

It's against the odds, but for one ExecuNet member, the "cold-call" letter worked. Brett Munroe, a corporate communications specialist, did his research and discovered a nearby small to mid-sized nutritional supplements company without a communications ...
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