Making Life Connections
Connecting with family, friends, colleagues, and people around the world with similar interests in technology, leadership, food, wine, and community.
Exploring The World
Track my goal to live, work, or vacation in at least 50 countries before turning 50.
Experience with me some of the people and experiences that make
life rewarding outside of work.
Connections Blog – Latest Post
Social Media Connections
Highly focused on relationships, I have built strong connections with executives, vendor partners, and teams that have come from dozens of countries with varied backgrounds and skills. I use social media and this website to maintain and grow those relationships, connections that make life matter. Please connect with me on social media and take a few minutes to visit my blog.
*Connection statistics as of March 15, 2017
Journey with me in writing as I contemplate leadership, technology, food, and life in my personal blog. Here are some recent posts.
Staying in the middle of the road is not good for any players involved. Your leadership will be disappointed. Your peers will notice your lack of Engagement. And you will be unhappy. Pick a Side! This blog was coauthored with Apriel Biggs
Competence is becoming overrated as a hiring driving force. We live in a VUCA business environment — volatile, uncertain, complex, ambiguous — and technology has allowed executives to open up revenue streams they never thought possible. We don’t necessarily need the most competent financial guy in history; we need a financial guy who can switch between different approaches as it’s called for.
People want to feel needed and loved all the time, and not simply when you want their help or need something. And when I say people, I definitely include myself. But how do you do this? Here are a few tips.
Negativity reduces context. That’s a good reason to consider changes when you’re feeling good about life or work . It will give you more perspective.
If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.
– John Quincy Adams
Adam L. Stanley Adam Stanley
Technology. Leadership. Food. Life.
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#CIO100 #Top25CTO #ChicagoTech50 #Top100SocialCIO on #leadership, #technology, #food and #life. Wharton MBA. Washington University BSBA. Currently Global CIO of Cushman & Wakefield, one of the top 3 global commercial real estate and property services firms. Former CTO of Aon Corporation and Technology and Security Services Director at Aviva. Everything on this site is personal and not the views of my current or past employers or educational institutions.