Apple’s first-ever Vice President of Diversity and Inclusion, Denise Young Smith, is leaving Apple at the end of this year. After more than 20 years with the company, but only six months in her current position, Ms. Young Smith will be transitioning out of her role at the tech giant and transitioning over to Cornell Tech, … Continue reading Apple VP of Diversity and Inclusion Denise Young Smith is Leaving End-of-Year
Believe it or not "Yes People" are just as toxic to your career, your business, and your personal life as people who blatantly set out to sabotage you. They feed your ego knowing that one day everything may come crashing down, and they will swear that their hands are "clean" because they didn't do anything to cause your crash. But guess what? They didn't do anything to prevent it.
You work five to six days a week and your cell phone and email have become an extension of you. Your weekends seem shorter and you're secretly envious of your social media friends and their vacation and staycation posts, workplace fun pics, and other exciting news that they regularly share. You're focused on the daily … Continue reading What’s Missing From Your Business?
The Foreman & Associates team needs your help. With the Internet being flooded by a sea of "experts" and "coaches" who all say that they can teach you how to be a better manager, leader, entrepreneur, or professional, we want to know what you think. We wonder what you prefer when it comes to professional coaching … Continue reading Would You Take a Course to Learn How to Be…
Check out this podcast from the "Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders" group at Stanford University. It's entitled "The Enlightened Entrepreneur" featuring Shirzad Chamine, entrepreneur, Stanford Lecturer, coach (to some of today's top CEOs and executive teams), and the brain behind the "Positive Intelligence" approach that helps individuals master the mind to find true happiness and success. All … Continue reading Are You an Enlightened Entrepreneur?
Have you ever heard the saying, "teamwork makes the dream work"? Yes, it's a catchy phrase and an accurate one. Imagine companies attempting to get massive loads of work done with people working independently of each other, no collaborative effort on anyone's part, and no solidarity when times got tough. Not much would get accomplished. … Continue reading The Importance of Team Work