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Brené Brown on Vulnerability and Home Run TED Talks

“He or she who is willing to be the most uncomfortable is not only the bravest but rises the fastest.” – Brené Brown Dr. Brené Brown (@BreneBrown) is a research professor at the University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work. Brené’s 2010 TEDx Houston talk, The Power of Vulnerability, has been viewed more than 20 million […]

Fostering Better Online Collaboration

Research indicates that online collaboration could save more than five hours each week on tasks like writing email messages and searching for information. Tools like video conferencing, document sharing, instant-messaging, and otherShow More Summary

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If you're reading this, you're a new employee at Human Resources, Inc. Congratulations. And condolences. At the very least, you're embarking on a career that you will never be able to describe as dull. You'll go to interesting places. Show More Summary

4 Critical Paths to Gaining Trust

Trust-building for your customers is important, but how do you cultivate trust?

3 Reasons Working Moms May Not Have It Better In Europe

Working moms have a lot on their plates, because, well, being a mom is a full-time job in itself. With the United States’ lack of paid maternity leave, it’s easy to look at our pals across the pond in Europe … More » 3 Reasons Working...Show More Summary

7 Reasons Your Last Email Pitch Didn't Get a Response

People tend to make these mistakes over and over again. The good news is, they're all fixable.

What Elon Musk and Other Tech Entrepreneurs Say About Burning Man

It's that time of year again: Silicon Valley's tech elite head to the Nevada desert for the week-long radical art festival.

Your Neuroses Can Make You a Great Entrepreneur (Just Ask Steve Jobs)

Neurosis may have spurred the creativity of some of the world's most successful entrepreneurs--and maybe yours too?

Elsewhere in Science, 28 August 2015

Francisco Franco’s scientific legacy … Short paper titles … Funding crisis for Brazilian science … Psychology reproducibility … Cross-disciplinary collaboration … Working Life

Attract Customers to Your Personal Brand with Facebook

With the recent Facebook changes on Pages, selling can become more of a challenge for brands because of a lack of visibility in the news feeds. When Pages were first launched it was easy to attract Fans and their engagement. Today, paid...Show More Summary

The Downside of the Charismatic Leader

They look good (sometimes) and they sound great. But charismatic leaders aren't always the best choice, says leadership expert Samuel Bacharach.

Stuff the Capitalist (aka KD) Likes: Men at Work, Acoustic...

Who am I? Who cares? Good questions. It's my site, so I'm going dig in once in a awhile by telling you more about who I am - via a "Stuff I Like" series. Nothing too serious, just exploring the...

Meet the CEO who offered his private jet to help the mothers of the American heroes in France

A generous act by Tim Boyle, the Portland, Ore.-based Columbia Sportswear CEO, allowed the moms to see their sons receive France’s highest honor.

How I Re-Branded Myself After a Big Career Change

For over a decade, I built online businesses. My focus was primarily marketing. Create content, promote it, and optimize website conversions. Over time, I built a reputation in the industry by blogging, networking, and speaking at industry conferences like Pubcon. Show More Summary

7 Ultra Successful Grads From the Nation's Top Entrepreneurship School

Babson College has had the country's top entrepreneurship program for years. Check out some of the notable alums who went on to do extraordinary things.

What would you have done in Nazi Germany?

I ask myself this question all the time: What would I have done if I had lived in Nazi Germany? I am Jewish, so I ask myself if I’d have left early on. Early enough. When I could have left. I watch lots of movies and read lots of books about life in Nazi Germany....

Fairness is Overrated

Fairness is Overrated is a solid leadership primer on what it takes to create a healthy culture day-in and day-out. Tim Stevens comes from a Church leadership perspective. However, his 52 principles are applicable anywhere because people...Show More Summary

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