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Bruce Tulgan on How to Manage Generation Y

Now is the perfect time for business leaders, managers, and other so-called grownups to give a much needed reality check to the Generation Y employees that are on their staffs, those born between 1978 and 1990. This is the argument posed by   Bruce Tulgan   in his new book   Not Every

C.J. Hayden on How to Market Yourself

C.J. Hayden is a Master Certified Coach and principal of Wings Business Coaching, LLC, a firm that teaches self-employed professionals to make more money with less effort. Hayden is the author of "Get Clients NOW! " (AMACOM) and The One-Person Marketing Plan Workbook . Since 1992, C.J. has been teac

C.K. Prahalad and M.S. Krishnan on the New Age of Innovation

In their new book The New Age of Innovation: Driving Cocreated Value Through Global Networks , authors C.K. Prahalad and M.S. Krishnan argue that the key to creating value and the future growth of every business depends on accessing a global network of resources to co-create unique experiences with

Cal Turner Jr. on My Father's Business

Cal Turner Jr. was the CEO of Dollar General for decades after inheriting the business from his father. He joins us to talk about how faith and family helped him turn a million dollar business into a billion dollar business, plus a few stories from his new book My Father's Business: The Small-Town V

Carmine Gallo on Storytelling

At Cisco employees aren't promoted above a certain level unless they've shown, with quantifiable data, that they're able to connect with their customers. Not every company is this extreme but being able to connect with coworkers, vendors, and customers is crucial to success at work. Carmine Gallo is

Carmine Gallo on the Power of Communicating Well

You don't have to be giving a TED talk to benefit from learning how to speak and tell stories well. Whether you're pitching a new project to your team or pitching yourself to an employer during an interview, the people who tell the best story see the best results. Carmine Gallo , author of Five Star

Carol Sanford on the Responsible Business

It’s tough for corporations to strike the right chord of corporate responsibility in today’s fickle economic climate. While more companies are starting green initiatives to project a positive public image, they are also cutting back on employee development. Carol Sanford , CEO of InterOctave Develop

Cass Sunstein on Getting Past Groupthink

Cass Sunstein defines "groupthink" as "when you have a group of people whose members don’t disclose what they actually know" and instead make a decision based on what they think is popular to the group as a whole. This conformity can be disastrous. Luckily Sunstein is here to talk about his new book

Cass Wheeler on How to Achieve Purpose Beyond Profit

We all know that the definition for success in the corporate world is fairly straightforward. To be considered great, companies first need to turn a profit. For organizations in the social sector, however, the challenge is much bigger. To be truly effective, they must stay relevant and, above all, s

Charlene Li on the Importance of Social Media to Promote Openness

Facebook isn’t just for college students anymore. Businesses are quickly learning that a social media presence, on Facebook, on Twitter, or on their blogs, can be vastly important to the company. In her new book Open Leadership , Charlene Li talks about how to use these new sites to generate interes