4 results for tag: Doug Sundheim


Bring Back the Joy in Life

There's magic in youth. Unaware of the tensions, trade-offs, and struggles of adulthood, we're lighter. We laugh more easily. We play more freely. We dream bigger. Then "real life" steps in. The first disappointment. The first failure. The first break up. ...
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The Art of Executive Decision-Making

Decision making is scary. Risky. At times, really painful. That's what makes it a rare and valuable skill all leaders must master. An intimate group of ExecuNet members at the VP and chief executive levels gathered recently for breakfast near ExecuNet ...
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How to Create a Culture of Smart Risk Taking

You have a vision. Maybe it's a new service you want to deliver to customers, or a product you want to launch, or a position in the marketplace you need to achieve. But the underlying culture in your organization is strongly risk-averse, so nothing great ...
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Taking Smart Risks in Leadership and Your Career

You have a vision. Maybe it's a business you want grow, a product you want to create, or a position you want to achieve. Pursuing it feels right. So what do you do next? The answer, of course, is: take some risks. But the downsides of risk-taking stop you ...
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