No doubt, we see the world through our own lenses. But rarely we manage to see more than our mind will allow us. Our brains are hotwired when it comes to beliefs and behaviors to opt for the familiar within the confines...
Workplaces today are under disruption by a range of factors, including shifting demographics, relentless business change, and global economic forces. The power of new technologies to address this disruption is directly related to an organization's ability to integrate those technologies...
According to Marcos Cordero, CEO and co-founder of Gradvisor, contests that many organizations make the mistake of thinking that employees always put their salary above everything else. Here are four things employees want from an employer and the best benefits and...
According to Gregory Lewis, the head of Talent Acquisition at LinkedIn, Brendan Browne, confirms that using data and talent analytics has changed the way his department is perceived by the business. Will Gaker from LinkedIn’s talent analytics team and RJ...
Your company strives to innovate and differentiate, but do you have a sneaking suspicion that your buyers see less and less meaningful differentiation between your offer and that of your competitors? This experience is becoming increasingly common as competitors replicate...
The reputation of your company doesn’t depend only on how much customers like your products and services. Your reputation as an employer can affect your reputation as a company. Small companies are not always able to attract the best people you...
Conventional wisdom tells us that leaders are the men and women who stand up, speak out, give orders, make plans and are generally the most dominant, outgoing people in a group. But that is not always the case, according to...
90% of employees are “open to new opportunities,” according to a LinkedIn survey. According to Gallup’s just-released Workplace report, that’s not quite true. The single most important thing for employees considering a new job isn’t income, it’s “the ability to do what...
Theodore Kinni, a contributing editor of strategy+business, compiled Susan David’s essential reading, to beeter understand Emotion in the Workplace.   “Emotions can be harnessed to live and lead in better ways,” says Susan David. “For so long, we’ve treated emotions in organizations as warm, fluffy,...
John Baldoni,  a leadership consultant,and author of eight books, including Lead Your Boss, The Subtle Art of Managing Up, contests that creating urgency to save a sinking ship is imperative. Working long hours to do so is also critical,...
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