Steve DiGioia

Leadership

Dexter Scott King Passed Away at the Age of 62: Died “peacefully in his sleep”

Dexter Scott King, 62, son of Martin Luther King, died on Monday due to prostate cancer. He was the son of the great revolutionaries Martin Luther King and Coretta Scott King and had dedicated his life in the footsteps of his parents carrying on the civil rights legacy. The news of his passing was given […]

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Crown Prince Frederik Became the New King of Denmark after his Controversial Affair Rumour

After Queen Margarethe ll stepped down from the Danish throne, Frederik X became the new king.  Ascending the throne on Jan 14, he succeeded his mother, who stepped down after 52 years of rule.  He was announced as the new king of Denmark by Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen on the balcony of the Christiansborg Palace

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Nikki Haley’s Supporters Most Likely to Choose Biden over Trump

In the recent Iowa polls, the GOPs would vote for Trump but not all. The Republican Iowa caucusgoers will vote for Trump in the upcoming elections except for the supporters of former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley. According to the polls by NBC News, Haley’s 43% percent voters are most likely to vote for Biden in

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Fox News stops running MyPillow commercials in a payment dispute with election denier Mike Lindell

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — MyPillow CEO and conspicuous political race denier Mike Lindell . Friday that Fox News has quit running his organization’s ads, questioning the organization’s attestation that it is just in light of the fact that he hasn’t covered his bills. MyPillow CEO, Mike Lindell, Claims Fox News Attempting to Silence Him as Network

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Good Leaders Never Want To Be On the Email Chain – Tip #32

I once worked for a boss who led through intimidation. Whenever there was an issue to be resolved or a problem that’s taking longer than expected to figure out, he would say “Send (name) an email and “CC” me”. He thought that, just because the boss was copied on the email, it would make the email

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Every Great Leader Has an Experience Book. Do You?

The actions of leaders should focus on common-sense decisions. A good “business-sense”, extensive life experience, having a good judge of character, and the ability to see-through-the-fog towards the intended goal will help most people make the “right” call as needed – when needed. Every Great Leader Has an Experience Book. As I’ve mentioned before, I’d rather

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Leadership Series: Annette Franz

Today I had the pleasure of interviewing Annette Franz. Annette is CEO of CX Journey Inc, a boutique consulting firm specializing in helping clients ground and frame their customer experience strategies in/via customer understanding. Annette’s passion lies in teaching companies about customer experience and helping them understand the critical linkage between the employee experience and

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