Business Leader, Author, Keynote Speaker
Corporate culture and management advisor Brian Fielkow is the author of
, a how-to book based on his 25 years of executive leadership experience at public and privately held companies. With a doctorate in law from Northwestern University School of Law, he serves as owner and president of Driving to Perfection: Achieving Business Excellence by Creating a Vibrant Culture Jetco Delivery, a logistics company in Houston that specializes in regional trucking, heavy haul and national freight.
The carmaker's mistake stems from toxicity in its culture, and that always starts at the top.
The ecommerce giant's 'bruising' environment teaches an important lesson about doing what works at an organization level and having the right employees.
A conversation with Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst tells how.
The unfolding scandal of under-inflated footballs and a Super Bowl played on a very cold day is a sobering reminder that reputations are frail and not easily restored.
As individual employees, we have the same responsibly when it comes to managing our careers as CEOs have when it comes to managing their companies.
Why you should beware of "The Friend Zone."
Learn about one executive's initiatives, including measures to discourage smoking and encourage healthier eating.
Contributing to the community can energize employees and build ties in a myriad of directions.
Keep in mind the three Ts: fair treatment, transparency and trust.
Know your customer's corporate culture and respect it. Do your homework and don't bypass gatekeepers or skip the ranks.
Leaders need to take a stand for what's right when bad behavior occurs.
A company president reveals the secrets he wished he knew when he was a young manager starting out.
Since every business faces risks, companies could do more to promote a culture of prevention, suggests a management advisor.
This moment can provide lessons and insight for businesses about how they should address matters of workplace diversity.
Did the mistake lie not with a faulty part but rather with how the entire company dealt with problems?
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