Blog – Steve D Goldstein
Do Your Employees A Favor And Say No

Do Your Employees A Favor And Say No

When any of us await an answer where the choice is either yes or no, we obviously hope the answer to be yes. Yet, realistically and statistically, yes is only likely to happen half the time. It is easy for us to deliver good news, and we normally enjoy telling someone yes. Personally, I know […]

In Case Of Emergency, Change Your Perspective

In Case Of Emergency, Change Your Perspective

We have all learned to become comfortable and to some extent, complacent, in a given circumstance. Nowhere is this more prevalent than in the workplace. Unintentionally, leaders often fall into a status quo form of managing and the sad part is that many of them are unaware that this has happened. It is comfortable to […]

Following A Legend: How Leaders Can Measure Up To Their Predecessors

Following A Legend: How Leaders Can Measure Up To Their Predecessors

A recent New York Times article explained that Apple “…does not often invent things first.” Instead, they redefine pre-existing and oftentimes, clunky solutions that people utilize. When Steve Jobs created what would eventually become an earthshaking company in 1976, he started down a long road of continuous innovation. In short, the genius of Jobs became […]

Where Volkswagen’s Leaders Went Wrong

Where Volkswagen’s Leaders Went Wrong

As the scandal at Volkswagen unfolded late in 2015, I wrote an article in January 2016, titled, “Volkswagen–What Might Have Caused the Emissions Scandal?” where I hypothesized as to what might have led to this major crisis. I quoted a New York Times article in December 2015 which reported: “that a former VW employee, Mr. […]