Posts by K. Dipalo

The Double-Edged Sword

It’s official – women are having a hard time advancing to the upper ranks of corporate leadership. Doesn’t feel like […]

Do You Know Your Brand?

I was, and remain, an unabashed fan of Mad Men, the extraordinary AMC series about the life of ad exec […]

A Taxing Proposition

This mid-April weekend is a gentle reminder of the one thing many modern Americans agree on: our hatred of tax […]

Three Ways To Ride a Horse

I recently coached a client about a work issue; namely, how to work with people whose style and approach is […]

Pick a Little, Talk a Little

In January, I posted a blog on the growing desire among many people for content that is deeper and richer than […]

The Everyman

Bill Paxton died last weekend.  I fell in love with his acting rather late. His early work was notable but […]

The Resistance

Resistance is hot. The recent change of administrations in Washington has unleashed a level of active and passive resistance that […]

Speak Softly If You Mean Business

New year, new US government, new geopolitics and new challenges for leaders in a world that feels decidedly “macho” in […]

Hungry for Context

A few days ago, while listening to the journalists E.J. Dionne and Joy Reid on WNYC radio’s The Brian Lehrer […]

A Kick In The Pants

Each day I awake and think to myself “What should I accomplish today?” Lest you think that sounds noble, it […]