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  • The Uncomfortable Reality of Continuous Learning 
    Posted on Apr 4th, 2024

    Forbes April 2024  Stuart R. Levine In a recent CNN interview, former associate justice of the United States Supreme Court, Stephen Breyer, who retired in June of 2022, shared an essential answer to a question about legacy. A president once told him that the applause dies rapidly, leaving you with the job. He further explained […]

  • Members Come First
    Posted on Nov 1st, 2023

    Stuart R. Levine, Chairman and CEO, Stuart Levine & Associates LLC Members are more emboldened than ever to share both positive and negative feedback, including sharing stories with others both in person and through social media. Dissatisfied members will abandon a brand without providing the company with any useful feedback; they just leave. Many who […]

  • The Leader’s Journey
    Posted on Sep 19th, 2023

    Forbes September 2023 Stuart R. Levine, Chairman and CEO, Stuart Levine & Associates LLC Growth and leadership development are critical. Change requires discipline, time and planning. When you observe an accomplished leader, know they weren’t necessarily born that way. Some may have better skills than others initially, but developing listening skills, patience and dedication to […]

  • Continuous Learning Based on Ethics and Courage  
    Posted on Feb 21st, 2023

    Stuart R. Levine, Chairman and CEO, Stuart Levine & Associates LLC. Published in Forbes. Continuous learning not only keeps you young, but provides a catapult for continuous growth, both personally and professionally. Learning from others is a common trait in successful value-driven leaders. Observing, listening, and ongoing communication, which can often be hard and challenging, […]

  • 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 […]

  • 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 […]

  • Hope and Trust Are the Antidote to Fear
    Posted on May 31st, 2020

    By, Stuart R. Levine Published in, Forbes Leaders show their values through their actions and words. Leadership and values are inseparably linked. Today, it seems that among personal and organizational values, trust is paramount. Covid-19 is now ravaging the ways that companies have done business for decades, challenging and changing business routines. People are uncertain […]

  • Worried About Personal and Organizational Productivity and Effectiveness In A Chaotic COVID-19 World
    Posted on Apr 13th, 2020

    By Stuart Levine Published In, Forbes What if certain unwitting habits were limiting or reducing your productivity and ability to engage with colleagues and customers? Senior leadership must be vigilant to make sure this is not happening despite the fact that employees and leadership are fearful, concerned and experiencing personal pain and loss in an […]

  • Resiliency Matters in A Crisis
    Posted on Mar 29th, 2020

    Published in, Forbes By Stuart R. Levine We are living in a new reality.  The global COVID-19 virus is redefining words like disruption, economic and personal survival.  Questions are now being raised in the United States about the ability for healthcare systems to respond to the population’s healthcare needs.  The challenges that are being raised […]

  • Rest For Success
    Posted on Jul 11th, 2019

    By Stuart R. Levine Published in, Forbes Perpetual movement without rest decreases productivity . In reality, it yields the opposite. Working without downtime, reduces efficiency and creativity and often invites emotional, psychological, and physical stress. The brain needs downtime to remain productive, gain perspective and generate innovative ideas. Downtime gives the mind an opportunity to make […]