Jeff Henderson – Catalyst 2013

Ron Edmondson

Jeff Henderson was one of my favorite speakers at this year’s Catalyst Conference. The post Jeff Henderson – Catalyst 2013 appeared first on Ron Edmondson. His talk was on what non-profits can learn from for profits. One reason I identify with Jeff is because of his background in the business world. Here are a few thoughts Jeff shared: The solutions non profits are trying to provide aren’t keeping up with the problems they are trying to solve.

Thought-full Thursday: Helping others


” ~Nelson Henderson. “The true meaning of life is to plant trees, under whose shade you do not expect to sit.” How many times have you watched someone struggle, shrugging your shoulders, walking away thinking “It’s not my problem”?

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Succession Planning: Not Just for Older Leaders

N2Growth Blog

billion as of March 2013 (per Forbes Magazine.) By Patricia Lenkov , Chair, Executive Search, N2growth. Dell Computer and the story of its potentially going private have occupied many a news column of late.

Why Women Should Lead Boldly


Sharon Hadary and Lauren Henderson, authors of “How Women Lead: The 8 Essential Strategies Successful Women Know,” recently wrote a blog entitled “Why Women Should Lead Boldly.”

World Innovation Forum - The Pressure to be Insightful

CEO Blog

Michael Martin- Marketing and Strategy (a high interest topic for me) Rebecca Henderson - ( Co-director of the Business and Environment Initiative at Harvard) Building sustainable Organizations Daniel Pink (one of my favorite authors/thinkers) And lots more I am spending the day in NYC at World Innovation Forum. I am a "blogger" so get to sit in the press gallery. At the same time, there is high pressure to be insightful in Tweets (#wif2013) and Blogs.

Sustainable Business - Good for Business

CEO Blog

At World Innovation Forum, Harvard''s Rebecca Henderson spoke about sustainable business. She used one of my favorite phrases - "Change is Opportunity" and she did emphasize that change is happening. She recognized that businesses need business cases in order to fully embrace environment and sustainability. She laid out 4 plausible cases: 1 - Save Money. Of course any company will implement something that saves money. So do the analysis.

Wellness Perks And Programs Popular Among Best Places To Work Companies

Eric Jacobson

Last month, the Kansas City Business Journal published its list of 2013 Best Places To Work Companies in the Kansas City metro. No-cost 15 fruit and vegetable "brain foods" every day - Genesys Systems Integrator Fitness facility - Argosy Casino Hotel & Spa; Henderson Engineers Inc.;

Nine Reasons You Should Sign Up for this Free Web Event

Ron Edmondson

Jeff Henderson will talk about his actual sermon prep routine. My friend Casey Graham is such a kingdom builder. And, he’s generous. And, he’s brilliant. I wish I could think like him. He is putting together a free online web event to help pastors. What a deal! I asked Casey to tell you more about it. Here is what he wrote: Want to see more people volunteer? Want a better financial situation? Want to grow your church this year?

Being the World's Largest Ad Agency Might Not Be Something to Brag About

Harvard Business Review

Henderson, the John and Natty McArthur University Professor at Harvard, say executives in the financial industry have the capacity to do a lot of harm to capitalism''s moral framework if they give in to the temptation to structure the rules of the game around maximizing their own profits — something that''s fairly easy to do when practically no one understands the esoteric markets and instruments that big banks have been brandishing lately. Google''s All "Who Cares?".