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Posts by Thought Leaders and Business Leaders who are not our regular bloggers but have valuable insights and personal stories to share with our readers.

the ceo magazine, sales team,
Michelle Seger, Global Sales Strategy & Change Management Leader, SalesGlobe

It can start with a whisper: We’re merging… our sales comp is down the drain.

When dramatic change occurs within a company, like a merger or acquisition, a vacuum of communication from leadership will be filled with rumor. One of the most common: an acquisition depletes an organization’s resources so much that staff cuts will be necessary. In reality, human capital is essential to organizational success, and a significant asset in a merger or company purchase. So, when should employees start hearing about organizational change?

Steve Andrew, Vice President, Marketing, IFS North America

The United States economy is nearing full employment. As the availability of skilled employees continues to tighten, talent has become a primary constraint faced by businesses intent on growth. And at this point in the 21st Century requires the adoption of technologies that deliver the benefits of digital transformation, which make employees with the ability to implement and leverage technology a prerequisite for growth.

the ceo magazine, employee health,
Hal Rosenbluth, Chairman & CEO, New Ocean Health Solutions 

Face it, we’re all going to die; it’s just a matter of when. Given that fact, you’d think we’d do a lot better job to ensure that while we live, we do our best to enjoy life as healthy and happy individuals. So, do we? And equally important, do we help those we employ do the same?

the ceo magazine, entrepreneurship,
Dmitri Petrov & Denis Kourakin, NGX Bio

Startup entrepreneurs and scientists are generally painted with very different brushes in popular culture, and in turn, in people’s imaginations. While startup entrepreneurs are generally depicted as young, forward thinking, movers and shakers playing ping pong and using macbooks in hammocks in open plan Silicon Valley palaces, scientists are generally thought of as older, lab coated, eccentric Einstein lookalikes playing with potions in laboratories.

the ceo magazine, decision making,
Karyn Schoenbart, CEO, The NPD Group

As a leader, it’s critical to make important decisions in a timely manner. You will never have all the data, complete consensus, or a crystal ball. You just need to make the best decision you can with the information you have at the time. However, having a process for making complex decisions can help.

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