Terri has an extensive and versatile writing portfolio. Her clients include USA Today, Yahoo!, U.S. News & World Report, Investopedia, The Economist, The San Francisco Chronicle, and Business.com.
Four bad habits that executives should nix
Old habits may be hard to break, but leaders who plan to be successful in the C-Suite need to make a concerted effort to do so. As John Maxwell would say, “Everything rises and falls on . . .
C-Level Execs and Ex-Employees Pose Greatest Cybersecurity Risk
Hackerpocalypse. That is the term used by Cybersecurity Ventures to describe the onslaught of cyber-crime that cost $3 trillion globally in 2015 and is . . .
The Economist: Sleepless in the C-Suite
Life in the C-Suite may include prestige, power and a pretty nice paycheck, but being an executive isn’t easy. Unlike employees, who are only responsible for . . .
The Economist: Don't Let Low Performers Destroy Your Company
A chain is only as strong as its weakest link, and a company is only as strong as its lowest-performing employees . . .
The Economist: CEOs Overestimate Their Speaking Skills
While many CEOs occupy the public landscape with confidence, a study that compared CEO self-analysis and performance . . .
Racial Diversity: There's More Work to Be Done in the Workplace
Racial diversity in the workplace – from recruiting to hiring to promoting people of color . . .
The Economist: Why Integrity Remains One of the Top Leadership Attributes
"The supreme quality for leadership is unquestionably integrity. Without it, no real . . .