The University of Chicago is rallying against all the political correctness that is plaguing America’s college campuses. Instead of promoting “safe spaces” and blabbering about “microaggressions,” this university is doing the opposite. Show More Summary
Here are 3 small tweaks to make immediately so that you stay in your real life while engaging with social media, rather than existing online looking out into your real life.
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The perfect medium between a company and its employees, an entire department dedicated to keeping your employees engaged, or the secret henchmen of the boss, there to do all the dirty work for the guys at the top. So, which is it? The...Show More Summary
Bill von Hippel, professor at the University of Queensland, on how the ability to think and respond quickly makes someone seem more charismatic.
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We all have a fear that our 9-to-5 work life is taking a toll on our well-being. Guess what? It is.
Love academia but not-so-sure about becoming a professor? Fret not, there are plenty of job opportunities other than professorships in higher education.
The adage “What you don’t know won’t hurt you” is very misleading, especially for people in transition or otherwise contemplating a career change. Not only is the contention untrue, but also it in fact hinders the ability to get what you want. Show More Summary
We have been taught that maximum efficiency and working hard all the time is the only way. But is it really?
The New Employee Engagement: Putting a little light into the darkness of employee engagement. Lewis Garrad and Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic wrote a Harvard Business Review blog on August 16 entitled: The Dark Side of High Employee Engagement. I encourage you to read it and to read the comments that follow the post. I appreciate the critical […]
Nearly 75 million adults are fanatical participants in this "hobby" - here's how to use it to win new business and bond more deeply with clients.
The Treasury Department defended American companies in a white paper released Wednesday.
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The balancing act between being open and being agile.
Frontline managers hold unexpected insights.