By setting a personal timeframe, a clear focus and a goal for each task, you’ll make progress and avoid “Internet brain.”
Offshore sailor Richard du Moulin convened an extraordinary safety-at-sea think tank that also offers guidance for developing leaders ashore.
Drama in the America’s Cup is an opportunity for leaders to think twice about their business plans
Published last October, this book already has helped the champion sailor who wrote it save his business.
At the Marine Trades Association of New Jersey, executive director Melissa Danko steers toward the needs of members.
A practiced sequence can win a sailboat race — or move your company ahead of the competition.
Over four decades, few left a bolder mark on boat brands and boatbuilders than Jean-François de Prémorel.
Lou Sandoval’s multifaceted leadership.
Correct Craft CEO Bill Yeargin on change.
Leadership via Michigan’s S2 Yachts team.
Insight from Regulator’s Joan Maxwell
In times of uncertainty, rely on core tenets.
Leadership lessons from MRAA’s Dealer Week.
John Burnham talks about the importance of taking small steps to achieve big goals.
Five practices to develop leadership skills.
Whether at the helm or in the board room, be sure to play to your strengths.
Too much stress at work? Try turning to learning.
This office requires its staff to spend many hours on the water.
An open-plan layout for your workplace? That could mean a balancing act between freedom and fishbowls.
The way you ask questions is as important as what you ask.
When it comes to communicating, it’s fabulous when the flow of questions and answers is automatic.
A successful day of sailboat racing begins the same as a successful day at the helm of your business.
We landed and rolled up to the jetway, reaching another airport after another flight.
Sail to the point of discomfort!”