Forward Thinking interviews with pioneering business and thought leaders.
In his book The Consciousness Quotient, author Claude Cloutier challenges us to consider what we believe and why?
As CEO, Claude Cloutier believes one of his key roles is creating the best habitat he can for people to flourish both personally and professionally.
Magic is the art of transformation. Andrew Bennett uses it to teach people how to rethink possibilities and obstacles, opening the door to new ways of thinking and acting.
By enhancing our ability to talk together, we can create the lives that we desire, for ourselves and for those whose lives we touch. If one of us finds the courage to talk, then another does, then another, this domino effect could even change the world.
The open sharing of knowledge and ideas helps us be more innovative and allows us to change and adapt more quickly.
What people really long for at work is to be treated like a human being — not an employee.
In the book The Bellwether Effect, author Lance Secretan challenges us to ask why are we doing so many things without thinking? Recently we interviewed Lance Secretan, Former Fortune 100 CEO and author of The Bellwether Effect, for Exploring Forward-Thinking Workplaces. We continued to talk more about his latest book
Tom Cagley: Tom Cagley is a consultant, speaker, author, coach, and agile guide who leads organizations and teams to unlock their inherent greatness. He is the President of Tom Cagley & Associates. He is the host of the popular Software Process and Measurement Podcast where he has hosted almost 800 episodes.
Voices will matter, people will thrive, and innovation will become ingrained in the culture if—people find meaning.
The power lies in that invisible, formless place where your thinking comes from—and your potential lies—before you actually think anything.