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  • The Moment of Trust Has Finally Arrived and Will Not Be Departing!
    Posted on Jan 18th, 2022

    Published in, Forbes By, Stuart R. Levine In our experience we have an ongoing focus on predictive analytics, which helps to form perspectives that guide our thinking and advice to our clients. Over the past two years, the impact of Covid-19 and the Omicron virus, combined with massive workforce resignations has created a new world […]


  • The Missing Piece is Boardroom Diversity
    Posted on Nov 18th, 2021

    By Stuart R. Levine, Chairman and CEO, Stuart Levine & Associates Published in, Forbes Of the more than 30 million businesses in the US, less than 1% are listed on a public stock exchange. Despite recent efforts to focus on the diversity of boards within these publicly traded companies, private companies remain under regulatory radar. […]


  • Stuart Contributes Article to NACD on Surfside Tragedy
    Posted on Oct 13th, 2021

  • Sustainability and Values for a Competitive Advantage
    Posted on Oct 1st, 2021

    By Stuart Levine Published in, Forbes This is an exciting time of optimism and hope as people are vaccinated, U.S. infection rates are dropping and the public is ready to do resume more activities. Pre-pandemic thinking and actions have changed as individuals are re-evaluating what they want their professional and personal world to look like.  The focus […]


  • Don’t Get Left Behind on ESG
    Posted on Aug 23rd, 2021

    By Stuart R. Levine Published in Forbes The election of three activist directors to Exxon’s Board was an eye-opener for many senior managers and C-suite executives. Yet for others it was not surprising. Numerous reports have shown that attention to climate change, environmental sustainability, and social responsibility have been, and are becoming even more, important […]


  • Is Your Board Operating at Peak Performance?
    Posted on Aug 20th, 2021

    By Stuart R. Levine Published in, CUInsight Your credit union’s members have a real interest in having your board function at peak performance. Sound governance is the foundation of board performance that results in long-term value creation and resilience. The serious responsibility of board governance starts with nominating and electing high quality directors, who express […]


  • Workplaces in Transition Force Leaders to Strengthen Their Culture
    Posted on Jul 25th, 2021

    By Stuart R. Levine Published in, Forbes Leaders are paying more and more attention to managing and maintaining an effective and healthy culture since COVID-19 is forcing continuing historic change in the workplace. Although the COVID-19 vaccination rollout is helping many aspects of life to slowly return to some semblance of normal, many of the […]


  • Rapidly Emerging Trends Post Pandemic
    Posted on Jun 27th, 2021

    By, Stuart R. Levine Published in Forbes This is an exciting time of liberation and hope as people are vaccinated, U.S. infection rates are dropping and the people are anxious to resume their activities. Individuals are re-evaluating what they want their professional and personal world to look like.  And current trends show that workers are increasingly […]


  • Time to Consider Not-For-Profit Board Service
    Posted on May 3rd, 2021

    Published in, Forbes Stuart R. Levine, Chairman and CEO, Stuart Levine & Associates LLC  The pandemic has caused leaders to rethink their potential and the impact they can have in their communities.  Volunteering to serve on not-for-profit boards will emerge as an important trend in the next twelve months. They will bring with them business experience, […]


  • Leadership is Responsibility
    Posted on Mar 16th, 2021

    Published in Forbes: Leadership is Responsibility By, Stuart R. Levine “Leadership is responsibility.” Today’s COVID-19 catastrophe makes Peter Drucker’s quote incredibly relevant. As the pandemic radically changes ways that companies do business, people continue to be uncertain about the future. Fear abounds. Leaders are responsible for even more now as their employees, including their senior […]