Author Archives: David San Filippo, Ph.D.

About David San Filippo, Ph.D.

I am David San Filippo. I am an educator and consultant in the fields of business and human science. My business expertise are in the areas of leadership, ethics, vocational consulting, and Social Security Disability representation. My human science areas of expertise and interest are interpersonal communication, ethics, loss & bereavement, human consciousness, death & dying, and near-death experiences.

Design Thinking

Tim Brown, author of Change By Design, provides a clear synopsis on how design thinking can impact an organization in his article, “Unlock your Organization’s Creative Potential“. He espouses that by allowing it’s people to be creative in problem-solving, operations, and … Continue reading

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Interviewing Well

I have just sat in two days of interviewing applicant for an executive position. Many good questions were asked by the interviewers but the one question/approach that is discussed in the article One Interview Question That Reveals a Superstar Job Candidate seems like … Continue reading

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Social Entrepreneur

I was speaking with my brother earlier this week and he was reflecting on how much better our world would be if we all lived for each other and not our selves. This article on social entrepreneur discusses how as entrepreneurs … Continue reading

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Why Good Leaders Make You Feel Safe

This TED Talk on leadership focuses on what many call servant leadership. According to Ted Talks: What makes a great leader? Management theorist Simon Sinek suggests, it’s someone who makes their employees feel secure, who draws staffers into a circle … Continue reading

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Dead-end Jobs & Leadership

Many people feel caught in a what they consider to be dead-end jobs and feel that there is no way out of them. This article, “Stuck in a Dead End Job? It Could be Your Fault” discusses how being stuck in a dead-end job … Continue reading

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Win the Business with this Elevator Pitch

Win the Business with this Elevator Pitch. As leaders, we must always be prepared to share the vision and mission of our organization. This blog link shares how to prepare an elevator speech to make potential customers aware of your company’s products and services. I believe leaders … Continue reading

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Smart Leaders Get More Out of the Employees They Have

Smart Leaders Get More Out of the Employees They Have. The under utilization of employees by leaders can create tension and dissatisfaction in workers. Workers who feel their talents are not being utilized become disillusioned with their organization and may look for another organization … Continue reading

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