Fifty years ago, people could only imagine the possibility of talking to their computers. Fast forward to today, and we have now gone from imagination to the technology of cognitive computing now existing. In his talk, Neil Sahota discusses the power...
• What does the new science tell us about the mind of a leader? • Why is emotional capital the new currency in the new world of work? • Which 10 emotional and social skills separate great leaders from the average? •...
There was a young student-archer who reached such proficiency in his art that he could shoot an arrow into a tree and then cleave that arrow into two with the next shot. He began to boast that he was a...
 Most people believe that the best way to motivate is with rewards like money—the carrot-and-stick approach. That's a mistake, says Daniel H. Pink and asserts that the secret to high performance and satisfaction-at work, at school, and at home—is the deeply...
Be a leader who demonstrates competence, character, and purpose—a thinker and a doer who can maneuver the complexities of interdependent issues. Aspire to possess the technical acumen, personal attributes, and moral compass to both "get along" and "get it right."  
Today’s digital economy requires organizations to find new ways to inspire their employees, and that starts with Future Work Now. Inspiring people through developing people yields incredible value for stakeholders, customers and employees alike. We are all motivated by unique desires, expectations,...
The most successful people in business approach their work differently than most. They all share the similar perspectives and beliefs. According to Jeff Haden, regardless of industry or profession, they act on those beliefs: 1. Time doesn't fill me. I fill time. Deadlines...
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...
"Culture" refers to norms of behavior and shared values among a group of people. "Norms of behavior" are ways of acting that persist because they are rewarded and the group teaches these behaviors to new people, sanctioning those...
What if you could free up more time and spend it on what you love to do? Despite all people having 24 hours in their day, some people have achieved their dreams, while other have not. The only big difference between...
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