‘Mindful’ is a word often used as representative of the current zeitgeist. So right now, at the beginning of the year, be intentional, or mindful, about choosing the 2020 theme for you and your business.
Business lessons learned are lessons earned, but keeping an open mind and a fresh outlook sometimes means forgive and forget.
People tend to prefer the familiar and to favor people most like them. But the world gets much more fair and open to creative options when you screen to protect the workplace from that implicit bias.
This study says that judging your success using your own definition is likely to support the concept that you are already successful, versus using what you might think is society’s definition of success.
Do you know where your career is headed, and, if you think you do, are you sure that’s where you want to end up? Use these 5 steps to draw your personal map to create the life you really want.
Passion and dedication to the job are considered good for the company and good for an employee’s career. Leaders can help keep their team from burning out by doing this one thing at work.
3 unique meetings are not heavily marketed and almost kept secret. They offer personal attention, potential for resources, and blunt feedback.
When the big project is complete, your goal has been reached, and your big to-dos are done, here’s how to get motivated for the next big thing.
People tend to agree that love is powerful, but leaders admit they’re afraid to talk about it out loud in the workplace. Leaders are rewarded 10-fold for their service to and concern for others when they practice love from 9 to 5.
Reasonable people disagree, often in the workplace. Disagreements are a fact of life, and even desirable if handled productively. You don’t always need people to agree with you, but you do need to stay civil and respectful in order to talk another day.