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What the Ellen Pao Case Reveals About Silicon Valley

The ongoing sex discrimination trial has put the spotlight on a notoriously unbalanced industry.

A Surprisingly Strong Month of Job Gains in February

Economists had expected another solid month of job gains over 200,000, but not by this much.

3 Dumb Moves That Torpedo Negotiations

Want to ensure you leave the negotiating table disappointed? Then do these three things.

The Integration of Technology, Mindfulness, and Meditation for Entrepreneurs

Wisdom 2.0 shows that there are pathways to not just living with technology, but using it to create a healthier and welcoming world.

5 Ways to Eliminate Productivity Killers When You Work from Home

If you have the pleasure of working from home, you may love many things about your professional set-up.

Mark Zuckerberg’s hiring secret

The Facebook CEO said he always poses one simple question to himself when hiring someone new.

Civil rights leadership 50 years after Selma

The head of talks about how the way we join movements has changed since ‘Bloody Sunday.’

Get Ready for Virtual Reality Video Gaming

Sony plans to launch virtual-reality headset in first half of 2016.

After getting a raise, the glow fades fast

Many people who get merit increases don’t feel more valued after receiving one.

The 5 Habits of Mind that Self-Made Billionaires Possess

Self-made billionaires think differently than most of us do. Most of us think like what authors John Sviokla and Mitch Cohen call Performers because their success is tracked through performance. They excel at optimizing within known systems. Show More Summary

When shareholders want to talk about pay equality, but companies don’t

Wal-Mart, eBay and Exxon have each been hit with proposals to publicly disclose pay disparities between male and female employees.

The Best Advice for Any Inventor

If you want to be an inventor, plan on working on your product indefinitely.

How to Grow a Business that Runs Without You

Getting away from the inner workings of your business and creating a company that is self-sufficient can lead to valuable free time.

The case against open offices

A workplace where you can't get any serious work done isn't a workplace--it's a bad joke.

The leadership wisdom in Warren Buffett’s letter

This year’s 50th-anniversary edition of Buffett’s letter to shareholders didn’t disappoint.

Always Pivot in the Direction of Customer Feedback

Inc. contributing editor Jeff Haden explains how you'll know it's time to change plans and rethink your business plan.

First Look: Leadership Books for March 2015

Here's a look at some of the best leadership books to be released in March. Changing Your Company from the Inside Out: A Guide for Social Intrapreneurs by Gerald F. Davis and Christopher J. White Captivology: The Science of Capturing...Show More Summary

LeadershipNow 140: February 2015 Compilation

Here are a selection of tweets from February 2015 that you might have missed: Insight: Do You Have What It Takes To Be President? by @_peterlegge My Advice to 22 Year-Olds by @GuyKawasaki Best Advice: You Can Do Better by @DougConant What...Show More Summary

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