The global economic landscape has changed quite a bit since most of us entered the business world, and as leaders we are now struggling with what it means for our organizations, our teams, and our own careers.
Do you feel like you rush from urgent task to urgent task at work, constantly putting out fires and never having the chance to step back to focus on the big picture?
All the productivity hacks in the world won’t matter if your team is operating in ways that at their core are inefficient.
Most companies use repeatable processes to get work done. That’s a good thing.
I recently learned that healthcare management and technology is the fastest-growing field in the world right now. By 2018, one in 10 American jobs will be in this sector.
Today’s business environment can be a harsh place, and in addition to being difficult to cope with, it can also negatively impact your health. Check out this eye-opening research courtesy of U.S. News and World Report’s Liz Wolgemuth and learn what you can do to improve your situation.
When I opened my mailbox this morning, I’d received a copy of Chris Guillebeau’s “The Art of Nonconformity.” In the interest of full disclosure, I’ve known Chris for a few years and actually provided a quote of support for the …
In a lateral move, a strong employee takes on a new position at the same level as his former position. Most companies encourage these because they are mechanisms for keeping good people happy and sufficiently challenged without promoting them and/or …
Lately. I’ve been doing a lot of seminars for prospective career changers, and I always ask the audience how many people are using LinkedIn to communicate directly with contacts in their new industries.
Personal branding sounds like a very 21st century concept, but it was actually born in 1997, when management guru Tom Peters wrote about “the brand called you.”