“Moat” is the Latest Jargon Encircling Silicon Valley
In a recent piece in Bloomberg Technology, LJ Rittenhouse discusses the words executives use to describe their businesses. As technology companies race to invent the future, they're turning to a metaphor borrowed from Medieval times to explain their businesses.
Elon Musk is the unusual CEO who says his stock is overvalued
In a recent Washington Post piece, Jena McGregor reports on Tesla's CEO Elon Musk's unusual and often candid style in communicating. In it, she quotes LJ Rittenhouse who notes "it’s a smart CEO who realizes that if the stock gets overheated and people are disappointed, there’s a whole set of other problems to deal with."
LJ Rittenhouse – A TNP Scholar
LJ Rittenhouse has been selected as an Advisor to the TNP Academy, an educational arm of the Nantucket Project’s Scholars Program. 
Rittenhouse Rankings CEO Candor Analytics™ Report Released
The 2015 Rittenhouse Rankings CEO Candor Analytics™ Survey Report has been published. Click to read the Press Release. Click the link or PDF icon below to download Survey Results Report: 2015 Rittenhouse Rankings Candor Analytics™ Survey Report For the 2014 Report click the following: 2014 CEO Candor Analytics™ Survey
LJ Rittenhouse Joins Acus Foundation Advisory Board
The Acus Foundation has announced that Laura Rittenhouse has joined as the newest member of its Advisory Board. The mission of the Foundation, to educate military physicians in the science and art of medical acupuncture, helps to integrate this healing system into conventional military care.
How words can help create our future
LJ Rittenhouse sat with Stephen Woessner of Onward Nation to discuss the power of candor to help business leaders unleash employee creativity, and develop a corporate culture based on a "words matter mindset”.
Creating the Candor Enterprise

September 9, 2016

Creating the Candor Enterprise

John Livesay, strategic advisor and host of The Successful Pitch podcast interviews LJ Rittenhouse on the power of candor and how to build a "candor enterprise".