• Do Startups Really Create Lots of Good Jobs?
    HBR - Jun 6
    Eskimos have 50 words for snow. Humans only use 10% of our brains. We hear these types of “facts” all the time — but are they true? Scientists are now saying, “Not so simple.” We have all seen how repetition of... Read »
    3 months ago
  • Lazy Leadership: Challenging Today’s Leaders
    Huff Po - Jun 3
    Lazy leadership is a growth industry: a President issues executive orders rather than engage congress and citizens to address his agenda; law-makers become warriors in “opposing” but deserters in “advocating”;... Read »
    3 months ago
  • 20 Genuine Gestures That Will Boost Your Business And...
    Entrepreneur - Jun 2
    As every entrepreneur understands, one of the most significant challenges to any business is money. Getting a business off the ground or through a growth stage requires capital and other resources. And while... Read »
    3 months ago
  • The Four Main Ways To Innovate In A Digital Economy
    HBR - Jun 2
    Over the last 20 years, digital design and collaboration tools have fundamentally altered how firms approach innovation. In the pre-digital era, product and service development was usually conducted by experts... Read »
    3 months ago
  • Brands Seize Opportunity In American Self-Loathing
    Forbes - Jun 1
    Budweiser is rebranding its cans “America,” Coca-Cola is rebranding its cans with “I’m proud to be an American,” Skittles and M&Ms are offering red, white, and blue candies. All this sudden branded... Read »
    3 months ago
  • A Half-Dozen Ways To Halt Your Management...
    Switch & Shift - Jun 1
    Inconsistent behavior is a silent killer in the workplace. Research clearly shows inconsistent leaders generate feelings of uncertainty and apprehension in their subordinates. Beyond this, inconsistency from leaders... Read »
    3 months ago
  • Here’s Why Successful Businesswomen Prioritize...
    Entrepreneur - Jun 1
    As a businesswoman in the commercial real estate industry and a philanthropist in the New York City community, I'm well aware that philanthropy can amplify one's success and crystalize the vital relationship between giving... Read »
    3 months ago
  • Top Traits Of Great Mentors
    Switch & Shift - Jun 1
    Improved employee satisfaction and retention, enhanced promotion rates for people from underrepresented employee groups, practical knowledge transfer to future leaders: these are just a few of the benefits a mentorship... Read »
    3 months ago
  • Happy Workplaces Can Also Be Candid Workplaces
    HBR - Jun 1
    Clearly, employees in unfair working conditions need to be able to dissent, and criticism and disagreement are part of any office. However, some companies have taken this idea to extreme levels. The Wall Street Journal... Read »
    3 months ago
  • Three Stages Of Successful Change Management
    Forbes - May 31
    Change is hard. Whether you’re facing a big change like reinventing a business model or something simple like the day paychecks come out, change is difficult. One study found that 70% of change efforts fail. Big or small,... Read »
    3 months ago
  • How To Preempt Team Conflict
    HBR - May 31
    Team conflict can add value or destroy it. Good conflict fosters respectful debate and yields mutually agreed-upon solutions that are often far superior to those first offered. Bad conflict occurs when team members simply... Read »
    3 months ago
  • Top Traits Of Great Mentors
    Switch & Shift - May 26
    Improved employee satisfaction and retention, enhanced promotion rates for people from underrepresented employee groups, practical knowledge transfer to future leaders: these are just a few of the benefits a mentorship... Read »
    4 months ago
  • Seven Rules For Entrepreneurs To Delegate Effectively
    Entrepreneur - May 26
    When you build and lead a business, you’ll be wearing many hats. You’ll have to play the role of a salesperson, an innovator, a financial manager and leader while you still have to deal with routine micro-tasks... Read »
    4 months ago
  • Business Value Of Purpose
    Switch & Shift - May 26
    According to research from Imperative and New York University, a mere 28 percent of the workforce is purpose-oriented. That’s a small number and should concern leaders. The research found that purpose-oriented workers are... Read »
    4 months ago
  • Entrepreneurs Can Save Their Startups When They Stop...
    Entrepreneur - May 25
    As the founder of a startup, particularly a first-time founder, control becomes an addiction. You feel like the only way to succeed is to take control of every single aspect of your business. And while you need to have a... Read »
    4 months ago