Entries by Ron Carucci

, , ,

The Zelensky Method of Warding Off Bullies

Over the past few weeks, Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky has gone from being someone the world hardly knew to an individual whose heroism and leadership people from around the globe are heralding. It’s no secret why this has happened: in the face of overwhelming odds against Vladimir Putin and his Russian forces, Ukraine’s president has continued to […]

, , , ,

How to Lead in a Hybridized Workplace

Leaders everywhere are scrambling to figure out how to navigate the fast-changing rules of a hybrid workplace. Too many are grasping at straws to figure out how to communicate, coach, give direction and feedback, deepen connections, and remain credible across technological, geographical, and organizational boundaries. By now, many have figured out that what used to work—appearing […]

, ,

The Cultural Factors That Are Helping Companies Retain Talent

According to the US Department of Labor, September posted a record-high level of voluntary job resignations: 4.4 million. Since April, that brings the total to more than 20 million people who’ve quit. Most employers are anxious about the mass exodus happening from today’s workplaces. Microsoft’s recent research suggests that 41 percent of workers across the world are thinking […]

, , , , ,

Robert Bilott, Author of “Exposure,” Reflects on His Fight Against Corporate Arrogance

In October 1998, a Parkersburg, West Virginia, cattle farmer named Earl Tennant noticed that his livestock was dying from a strange illness. Half of his cows and their calves had mysteriously died, and the rest had been born deformed and dead. Strangely, even buzzards wouldn’t eat the carcasses. Using his own camcorder, he carefully documented […]


Don’t Underestimate the Experience of Doing the Right Thing

Patagonia has long been considered one of the world’s most-admired companies. Apart from their millions of dollars in annual contributions to environmental causes and land conservation, the outdoor apparel company is known for their generous benefits and employee-centric workplace. But there’s an even more important reason to respect them: In the nearly 50 years since they […]

, ,

Let’s Make 2021 a Year for Self-Honesty

2020’s tumultuous story exhausted, terrified, and infuriated us—and broke our hearts. It also summoned us to live lives of greater truth, justice, and purpose. Now, as 2021 has unfolded, an insurrection at the capital, a pandemic that seems to be mutating and intensifying before it wanes, it may be hard to stay motivated to stick […]