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“American business is changing” says Citi Group Chairman Robert Rubin. Whether you’re in the corner office or a cubicle, The Leading with Kindness website will help you become a better leader.

posted: August 11th, 2008

There was a time when bosses were expected to be tough on their employees. Not any more. It’s becoming increasingly clear that encouraging employees to excel, soliciting their input and treating them with compassion are the keys to success.

posted: August 11th, 2008

Is it all about the bottom line, or does your company’s management value more than the dollar? Pitney Bowes CEO Murray Martin talks about why management’s values attracts the best employees.

posted: July 9th, 2008

Leading with Kindness isn’t just a nice idea, it’s a concept that gives businesses an edge. Watch as Pitney Bowes CEO Murray Martin explains the competitive advantage a company gains when employees are treated well.

posted: July 9th, 2008

One of Google’s core principles is that employees have the opportunity to see their ideas launched, not only within the company, but into the general population. Google VP of advertising and commerce, Tim Armstrong explains why this idea makes Google a satisfying place to work.

posted: July 9th, 2008

Imagine working on your own projects and getting paid for it! One of the reason’s Google is a great place to work is their 20 percent time policy. Google give certain employees the freedom to pursue one of their own projects while they are on the clock. Tim Armstrong, Google VP of advertising and commerce, [...]

posted: July 9th, 2008