Tag Archives: leadership

Women Leaders: Competent but Disliked

“…Women leaders experience social backlash because of their success. They are expected to be nice, warm, friendly, and nurturing. So, if a woman acts assertively or competitively, if she pushes her team to perform, if she exhibits decisive and forceful … Continue reading

Never Shy Of Opportunity

“…I would argue that our challenge and opportunity to add (and gain) value is to turn a subject boring by nature into sexy. I would also argue that we should never shy of a chance to try to do it…” P.K. I … Continue reading

Innovation Chief of Clowns

Innovation is a “seriously serious” and deliberate matter. Tons has been written, discussed, and debated on how to excite, tickle and grow that thirst for inside out creative and different kind of thinking. But while Fast Company’s Innovation Uncensored event … Continue reading

In Fellow Men (and Women) We Trust

“Science creates a world where individuals can play the role of the collective. Two boys create Google. One boy creates Facebook. Another individual creates Apple. These gentlemen changed the world without political parties or armies or fortunes.  So we are … Continue reading

It Shall Be Done!

If there is a will, there is a way! Inspired, moved and catching the fire ignited by Peter Economides, those who attended the National Innovation Conference, organized by the Greek America Foundation forever joined the dream for a new beginning … Continue reading

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