• How To Defuse A Workplace Conflict
    Inc - Sep 16
    Working out difference of opinion is an essential part of any group activity. However, when disagreements in the workplace explode into full blown-conflicts, it can ruin relationships and make working as team difficult or... Read »
    1 day ago
  • 7 Words Define What Employees Expect From Leadership
    Forbes - Sep 15
    Employees want to confidently go to work feeling that they are valued and that their leaders have their backs. Instead, many employees approach their work day with apprehension for the next round of layoffs, reorganization... Read »
    2 days ago
  • 5 Easy Ways To Become A Better Public Speaker
    Business Insider - Sep 15
    Speaking at events is a great way to enhance your status as an expert and generate PR for your business. However, becoming a great speaker is an art, not a science. The good news is that with some tips and some practice, you... Read »
    2 days ago
  • The Value Of Listening To Those Who Think Differently
    LinkedIn - Sep 15
    While most of us understand the importance of listening in social media and work to become good listeners, just listening isn’t enough: whom we listen to also matters. Read »
    2 days ago
  • Chart: CEOs Who Tweet Are Older Than You’d Think
    CEO.com - Sep 11
    In this year’s 2014 Social CEO Report, we searched for the social profiles of every single CEO on the FORTUNE 500® list on five popular social networks to determine which CEOs are lighting up social media – and which... Read »
    6 days ago
  • Chart: What Are CEOs Actually Doing On Twitter?
    CEO.com - Sep 10
    In this year’s 2014 Social CEO Report, we searched for the social profiles of every single CEO on the FORTUNE 500® list on five popular social networks to determine which CEOs are lighting up social media – and which... Read »
    1 week ago
  • Tips For Cold-Emailing Intimidatingly Powerful People
    HBR - Sep 8
    CEOs are thirsty for insight from the front lines. And yet those of us on those front lines – whether we are customers or employees – are often hesitant to reach out to senior leaders who are only an email away. Read »
    1 week ago
  • 5 Ways To Mentally Prepare For A Major Presentation
    CEO.com - Sep 8
    The best speakers know their material cold, because they know that when they deliver a speech, make a presentation, or simply discuss an important topic during a key meeting, content is everything. Almost... Read »
    1 week ago
  • 10 Things Bosses Never Tell Employees, But Should
    LinkedIn - Sep 5
    Even if you're an exceptional boss -- and here's how to tell if you're an exceptional boss --there’s a lot you don’t know about your employees. There’s also a lot employees don’t know about you. Here are a few... Read »
    1 week ago
  • Conflict At Work: Why Confrontation Is Essential
    Fortune - Sep 5
    In too many workplaces, says Yves Morieux, colleagues try to keep up a façade of niceness because it’s more pleasant. But friction, however stressful, is sometimes what a project needs. “When people are arguing with... Read »
    1 week ago
  • Beware These Tricks For Making You Look Bad In...
    LinkedIn - Sep 4
    Ah, meetings. Can’t live with them, can’t live without them. Being happy at work is important, of course. Being with other people generally boosts mood, and ideally, meetings should be a source of energy, ideas, and... Read »
    1 week ago
  • Talk Less, Achieve More
    CEO.com - Sep 4
    An immutable truth about great leaders – those who consistently deliver great results and foster high employee engagement – is their ability to listen generously and effectively. In fact, great leaders place a premium... Read »
    2 weeks ago
  • Why Your Message Isn’t Getting Through
    SmartBlog - Aug 29
    Hoogterp kicks off his public-speaking book “Your Perfect Presentation” with this nugget of wisdom: it’s not about you. “When you stop thinking it’s about you, that is when your greatness emerges.” Read »
    2 weeks ago
  • Top 20 Corporate Weasel Words
    Inc - Aug 28
    You won't learn about these common corporate phrases in business school, but they're required reading if you want to navigate the corporate world. Read »
    2 weeks ago
  • Who’s Being Left Out On Your Team?
    HBR - Aug 27
    Feeling left out or ignored at work can have tremendously negative effects on workers’ well-being. In a recent survey, researchers at the University of Ottawa found that workplace ostracism does greater harm to... Read »
    3 weeks ago