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Leadership in a Time of Crisis: Washington Trust

There are many words we could use to describe 2020: surreal, challenging, uncertain, unprecedented ... but at the same time, inspiring, collaborative, cooperative, and...
Jeffrey Deckman

A call for ‘Marshall Plan’ for R.I. small businesses

The COVID-19 pandemic will go down as one of the most important events in our history. Its impact is already causing exponential disruption, which...
Matthew Eriksen

Anxiety can spur leadership development

Prior to the COVID-19 outbreak, anxiety already permeated our day-to-day lives in the form of terrorism, mass shootings, environmental degradation and political instability. Individually,...
Elizabeth Catucci last September was named CEO and president of the Northern Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce. She succeeded longtime Chamber leader John C. Gregory. The former director of marketing and business development for PKF O’Connor Davies LLP, Catucci also served on the Chamber’s board of directors for four years. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Know your ‘why’

Elizabeth Catucci | Northern Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce CEO and president I have had the opportunity to work with many different types of leaders...

Rhode Island Free Clinic Announces Changes to Board Leadership Team and...

RI Free Clinic Board of Directors President Mark Gim to take President Emeritus Position, to be succeeded as Board President by William Fitzgerald. RI Free...
Secretary of State Nellie M. Gorbea became the first Hispanic elected to statewide office in New England when she was sworn in on Jan. 6, 2015. Reelected for a second term in 2018, she’s worked to modernize the state’s elections infrastructure and make it easier for businesses to navigate state government. / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

Lead by listening, connecting

Nellie M. Gorbea | Rhode Island secretary of state Successful management can look different across sectors, but there are common ideas to inspire good work....
THREE OF FIVE Rhode Island counties have received quick approval for businesses to apply for loans through the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Economic Injury Disaster Loan program, said Mark S. Hayward, SBA Rhode Island district director.

Foster belief in project goals

Mark S. Hayward U.S. Small Business Administration Rhode Island district director • Failure is not an option: I’ve seen unrealistic goals achieved and achievable goals unmet....

Get ready for next recession

While fears of an imminent recession appear to be fading, it is not a question of if but when the next one is felt...
After a long career as a banking executive and four years at Brown University as chief development officer, Neil D. Steinberg joined the Rhode Island Foundation in 2008. He has served as CEO and president of the public charity ever since, leading a host of initiatives in education and health affecting communities across the state. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

We can all be civic leaders

Neil D. Steinberg | Rhode Island Foundation CEO and president Leadership is not an executive title. Leaders do not have to be anointed, trained or...
DEVELOPING LEADERS: Co-owners Lisa Bergeron, right, founder, managing partner and chief visionary officer, and Tejal Tarro, left, managing partner and chief services officer, converse with Kevin Matta, director of client engagement and inclusion, at Advancing Workplace Excellence in Providence. The firm provides targeted talent-development programs, coaching options and more.
 / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

How to invest in human capital

Advancing Workplace Excellence is a small Providence firm in a field that’s been gaining recognition in recent years called human-capital consulting. Human capital and human...

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