The Warrior Games are in full swing, with 260+ wounded service members - including Deloitte's own Will Reynolds - in competition! We are proud to support such a great cause. See Opening Ceremony highlights.
Recently our US CEO, Joe Echevarria, joined six Virtual Enterprises students (and fellow CEOs) on Cat Greenleaf’s stoop in Brooklyn to chat about the lessons they have learned as CEOs of virtual companies and the impact of an organization like Virtual Enterprises.
Joe stressed the importance of being positive and present – watch the full segment.
Rich Fineberg, former Vice Chairman, Deloitte & Touche LLP discusses the importance of accessibility, batting 300, and having a support structure that allows you to continue to try while also making mistakes.
We’re celebrating Valentine's Day by promoting heart health! According to the health and fitness folks at Deloitte University, three 10-minute bouts of exercise can be just as good as a solid 30 minutes. This and other tips found here:
Prior to heading to the World Economic Forum in Davos. U.S. CEO, Joe Echevarria, shared his insights on what he is looking forward to discussing at this year’s Forum in a new post on Deloitte Perspectives: Collaborative Capitalism: The power of business and government working together. Deloitte delegates will be blogging throughout the Forum this week, so be sure to check out the blog for new posts.
Roger Dassen, Global Director, Clients, Resources & Talent, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited shares the importance of having clear and transparent objectives for your team and why it's critical to take the high road when handling pressure in a crisis.
Hear more from Roger! He's this week's Guest Tweeter @lifeatdeloitte.
"Small world" is an understatement. When Janine Koch met her birth parents 16 years ago, she also met two future colleagues with Deloitte. Today, there are three generations of the family at Deloitte.Check out this unbelievable and inspiring story.