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I Am Out of Touch; You Probably Are Too

CEO Insider

This realization happened recently while reading the book Extremely Online by Taylor Lorenz. Lorenz shares the history of influencers on the internet – primarily through social media – and how they impact our society. This is embarrassing, but I will admit it: I feel out of touch.

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5 Leadership Lessons: Tireless—Key Principles That Drive Success Beyond Business School

Leading Blog

In Tireless , Kim Lorenz encourages us to look for opportunities both as an entrepreneur and in the company where we work, that will propel us to success. Lorenz co-founded two companies that he eventually sold to Fortune 500’s. Here are five thoughts from Kim Lorenz: “You and only you, make the choices you make.

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Do You Have a 2021 Business Vision?


Today’s post is by Kim Lorenz, author of Tireless (CLICK HERE to get your copy). A critical part of effective leadership and success means the understanding of including all stakeholders and total collaboration in your leadership model.

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Get Out of the Gender Ghetto

Innovation Excellence

By Federica D’Armento and Aleksandra Orman-Lorenz It’s the year 2277, and women have finally achieved equal pay at work. This is not the apocalyptic ending of a Hollywood movie. This may be the reality in 257 years.

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The Rainmaker Fab Five Blog Picks of the Week

Sales Wolf Blog

  Mary Lorenz, The Hiring Site : How to Reignite the Flame with Burned Out Employees - If you have not noticed, a growing number of employees have begun to feel burned out and jaded about coming to work each day.  Art puts a few of these top myths about HR to rest.  My favorite: HR as a cost center.

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Paul J.H. Schoemaker: A second interview by Bob Morris

First Friday Book Synopsis

Schoemaker is a pioneer in the field of decision sciences, among the first to combine the practical ideas of decision theory, behavioral economics, scenario planning, and risk management into a set of strategic decision-making tools for managers. He is co-author of a landmark book on the subject, Winning Decisions: Getting It Right the [.].