We would often write a to-do list of things we need to get done only to switch it over to the next day, and to the day after that, and so on. David Allen, author of Getting Things Done, has come up with a book for teens, teaching them how things can get done and how take control of their lives in a distracting world. David shares how the same principle on keeping your head focused applies for a nine-year-old as it is for a CEO of a company. Learn some great strategies as he talks about how to get things done and how you can avoid frustration.
It is interesting how people matters to diversity consultant Jason Greer despite being a victim of cross burning and racial harassment in the 90’s. Jason shares the importance of understanding people, and how it can be helpful for companies to avoid unions. He is out there having the ear of the CEO and of the executive teams, making a better work environment.