Maximize the Value of Your Company Leadership Succession and Exit Strategies Are You Ready?

Maximize the Value of Your Company Leadership Succession and Exit Strategies Are You Ready?

About the Event Tailored for today’s time-starved executives. Concise, focused and solution oriented, this seminar explores the critical business challenges of preparing for the transition and passing the baton. Ellen Cooperperson, Best Selling Author, Founder and President of CPC, offers experienced counsel, provocative points of view and practical insight as an executive coach to scores Read More

The Compassion Trap

The Compassion Trap According to a study reported in the Harvard Business Review, what separates a great company from a mediocre one is the compassion of its leaders. But what exactly does it mean to be compassionate?  Dictionary.com defines compassion as “a feeling of deep sympathy and sorrow for another who is stricken by misfortune, accompanied Read More

Why Paul Ryan and I are Inspired By & Disagree with the Philosophy of Ayn Rand

Why Paul Ryan and I are Inspired By & Disagree with the Philosophy of Ayn Rand BY ELLEN COOPERPERSON U.S. Representative, Paul Ryan, Mitt Romney’s running mate on the Republican presidential ticket has said that Ayn Rand, novelist-philosopher, inspired his entry into public life. For those of you who are not familiar with Ayn Rand, Read More

Olympic Champions: Motivation to Go the Extra Mile

Olympic Champions: Motivation to Go the Extra Mile Watching the Olympics is always a thrilling experience, yet this year’s Games have been particularly riveting. The victorious athletes have been winning their events by mere seconds or fractions of seconds. The difference between champion and runner up, first place and second best, has often hinged on Read More

“ID-Squared”: Changing Your Identity to Achieve Amazing Results

As the presidential campaign heats up with the sizzle of summer, both Democrats and Republicans are stepping up their weekly stream of attacks and accusations on each other.   Democrats claim that Republicans flatly refuse to consider tax increases, when they’re really trying to protect the very wealthy. Republicans claim that President Obama, while pronouncing his Read More

Confronting “Math Anxiety”—and Succeeding

Confronting “Math Anxiety”—and Succeeding These days, everyone seems to be talking about the importance of teaching “STEM skills”—science, technology, engineering and math—in the race to ensure the competitiveness of America’s workforce. At the same time, policy makers, educators and the public are now engaged in a spirited debate about how to evaluate the effectiveness of today’s Read More