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  • Stuart Featured in Agenda Week, Exec Rudeness Roils Companies: Researcher
    Posted on Jul 13th, 2015

    Stuart is quoted in “Exec Rudeness Roils Companies: Researcher” on Agenda Week. Read the PDF.


  • Making Effective Leadership Training Investments
    Posted on Jun 21st, 2015
    Related Products & Services: Leadership Development

    By Stuart R. Levine Published In, The Credit Union Times If you are trying to decipher what good leadership looks like and determine what leadership programs are most effective, you are in good company.  In a recent McKinsey Quarterly article, “Decoding leadership: What really matters,” a survey of 81 global companies, found that over 90% […]


  • Stuart Featured in NASDAQ, The 4 Keys to Strategic Communication
    Posted on Jun 2nd, 2015

    Stuart was quoted in “The 4 Keys to Strategic Communication: Both a Means and an End for Effective Governance” on NASDAQ. Read the PDF.


  • The Paucity of Leadership
    Posted on May 19th, 2015
    Related Products & Services: Leadership Development

    By Stuart R. Levine Published In, The Credit Union Times The issue of leadership represents the most pressing challenge for global organizations.  According to Deloitte’s Human Capital Survey, the vast majority of human resources and business leaders (86%) identified leadership as a significant problem and 50% saw this leadership deficit as immediately pressing. Recently, I […]


  • Discipline Breeds Success
    Posted on Apr 22nd, 2015
    Related Products & Services: Leadership Development

    By Stuart R. Levine Published In, The Credit Union Times Discipline is required to achieve success in business and in life.  Too often the word has a pejorative connotation, but its Latin origin means instruction, knowledge and learning.  Correspondingly, in the language of Emotional Intelligence, the concept involves exercising self-regulation in order to improve.  Discipline […]


  • Soft Skills Deliver Hard Results
    Posted on Apr 17th, 2015
    Related Products & Services: Strategic Planning

    By Stuart R. Levine Published In, The Credit Union Times What traits and behaviors will impact your success as a leader and the ability of your organization to successfully transform itself?  Can these behaviors be learned? An ever-increasing number of studies show that people at all organizational levels can improve their careers and ability to […]


  • Culture Drives Success
    Posted on Apr 15th, 2015
    Related Products & Services: Strategic Planning

    By Stuart R. Levine Published In, The Credit Union Times Does your organization’s culture affect its success?  You bet it does.  Culture is the set of norms and values that are widely shared and strongly held throughout the organization.  Study after study shows that culture and values matter for an organization’s success.  The University of […]


  • Stuart Quoted in NACD Directorship Magazine
    Posted on Mar 17th, 2015
    Related Products & Services: Governance

    Stuart has been quoted in NACD Directorship magazine in the article, “How Healthy Board Culture is Critical to the Success of Small-Cap Companies” stating, “Small-cap companies should embrace the fundamentals of executive session at every meeting.” This allows questions to be fully explored in an atmosphere of trust and privacy. “They should also conduct an […]


  • Start Featured in NACD, How Healthy Board Culture is Critical
    Posted on Mar 13th, 2015

    Stuart was quoted in “How Healthy Board Culture is Critical to the Success of Small-Cap Companies.” Read the article.


  • Stuart Quoted in NASDAQ White Paper on Strategic Communication
    Posted on Mar 9th, 2015
    Related Products & Services: Governance

    Stuart R. Levine has been quoted in NASDAQ’s recently published white paper on strategic communication saying, “CEOs who commit to conversations prior to every board meeting with each director, to discuss concerns and gather input, understand that communication between the board and the CEO is critical to achieving a strong culture of trust.” To read […]