10 Important Lessons I learned from Raising a Child with Disabilities. These lessons are universal, and they apply to anyone.

10 Lessons I learned from Raising a Child with Disabilities – Part 1

Preface This 10-part post is a summary of the past eight years of my life. During those years, I’ve been frequently asked to share my experiences and lessons as a father of a child with disabilities. I found myself speaking to other parents of children with disabilities, entrepreneurs, business leaders, impact investors and donors, as […]

Great leaders make their lasting mark during the most challenging times. That's when leadership is needed most. It's time for moral leadership.

It’s Time for Moral Leadership

Great leaders make their lasting mark during the most challenging times. They make their greatest impact in times of crisis and peril. That’s when leadership is needed most. During the course of history there are several good examples of such leaders. Abraham Lincoln, Winston Churchill, and Franklin Rosevelt, to name a few. But it’s not […]

4 key lessons learned from a four year experience of launching, and leading a new, first of its kind, startup accelerator.

4 Lessons Learned from a New Startup Accelerator

One might ask if we really need yet another startup accelerator? Don’t we already have enough? Indeed, these days it seems that in every country and major city there are many startup accelerator programs that are available to aspiring entrepreneurs. And yet, those programs tend to be generic by nature, purpose and content. Therefore, they […]

Great leaders ask great questions. Great leaders acknowledge that they don't always have the right answer. Rather, they ask great questions.

Why Great Leaders ask Great Questions

As leaders we sometimes feel that we’re expected to always have the right answer. That our experience, position, and the confidence our people have in us makes it our job to do so. And yet, that’s not what makes a leader great. In fact, great leaders acknowledge that they don’t always have the right answer. […]

A gentler more inspiring style of leadership. When leaders demonstrate genuine care for their people, they can inspire them.

A Gentler More Inspiring Style of Leadership

Sometimes small acts of kindness can have a profound and lasting impact. When leaders demonstrate genuine care for their people, especially those in inferior positions, they can inspire them. These acts of kindness enable leaders to connect with people at an emotional level. That builds trust and creates loyalty. The following story is a great example […]