We're only 14 years in, but let's not let that hold us back from defining what it takes to be a great leader in the 21st Century. Some say you have to be bold, stand and deliver, and bring out the best in everyone. Others make the case that it's being an optimist, fun and jovial to be around, and able to liven up any situation when things are looking down. more
"I learned teamwork is more than just a cliché coaches use to motivate players."
The word itself is very simple, but it can mean much more. Among many adjectives, a boss is a leader and a decision maker, but have you ever thought of yourself as a protector and a coach? more
It struck me during orientation how well prepared camp counselors are to enter the workforce. In just one week, camp counselors learn professionalism, collaboration, and responsibility. This personal and professional development does not happen in a strictly academic setting. more
This week on Quora, one contributor asked, "What can I learn right now in just 10 minutes that could be useful for the rest of my life?"
Find out how other people have been responding to this question. more
Your most powerful asset as a young leader is having a mentor. Without one, David wouldn't be in college and on his way of becoming a pilot. more
Unless you're a professional chef or work in the back of a restaurant, it may be quite near impossible to separate your hectic schedule at work from the bustle in the kitchen. For many working moms, there's little time (or energy) to cook up a storm once you walk in the front door. more
What exactly is work to young leaders across the country?
My attitude towards work tends to be:
A. I work hard and play hard--there's a... more