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Tom Stern Interview with Stephen Covey: The 8th Habit From Effectiveness to Greatness

With Stephen R. Covey Uptown Motives · Opportunity Knocks with Tom Stern & Stephen R. Covey  

Tom Stern Interviews Joan Rivers on Professionally Reinventing Yourself

With Joan Rivers Uptown Motives · Opportunity Knocks with Tom Stern & Joan Rivers

Tom Stern Interview: Fight Back and Win: My Thirty-year Fight Against Injustice–and How You Can Win Your Own Battles

With Gloria Allred Uptown Motives · Opportunity Knocks with Tom Stern and Gloria Allred  

Tom Stern Interviews Jay Leno: How to be the funniest Kid in the Whole Wide World (or just in your class)

With Jay Leno Uptown Motives · Opportunity Knocks with Tom Stern & Jay Leno  

Tom Stern Interview with Fast Company About His Debut Book CEO Dad

Tom discussing the real life of CEO Dad. Uptown Motives · A Conversation With CEO Dad

Expert Roundup On Navigating Workplace Ethics

WE QUIZ EXPERTS ON WORKPLACE DILEMMAS RANGING FROM RUMOR-SPREADERS TO CREDIT-STEALERSBy JONATHAN BENDER September 10, 2007– JULIA, a reporter for a small city publication, had a boss who used to flirt with her. He was 20 years older but acted like a big kid, sending prank e-mails and making gag phone calls. He didn’t touch…
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An Interview with Recovering “CEO Dad” Tom Stern

By Shari Lifland It’s been a long, strange trip that’s brought Tom Stern to where he is today. He began as a stand-up comic alongside pals Jerry Seinfeld and Jay Leno, then went on to launch a wildly successful executive search firm. As a type A entrepreneur with an obsessive drive to succeed, he became…
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Do CEOs make lousy dads (and moms)?

The author of a new book on CEO dads (he is one) thinks so, and tells Fortune’s Anne Fisher how to become a better one. One step: Don’t text clients from Disneyland!FORTUNE MagazineBy Anne Fisher, Fortune senior writerJune 14 2007: 9:09 AM EDT (Fortune) — Here’s to dads! With Father’s Day almost here, Monster.com surveyed…
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More of CEO dad’s pain is self-inflicted

29 Jun, 2007, When work-life balance issue is reaching crisis proportion, it is understandable that it is being turned into a book, comedy TV show and cartoon strips in the US. Behind it is Tom Stern, 51, author of CEO Dad: How to Avoid Getting Fired by Your Family. The book, written with a lot…
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Avoid family’s pink slip

‘Recovering success addict’ tells CEO Dads to get theirpriorities straight 12:00 AM CDT on Sunday, June 17, 2007 On this Father’s Day, Tom Stern wants you to ask yourself two questions. Are you a CEO Dad? And are you about to be fired by your family? He was and almost did. Early on, Mr. Stern…
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