Conversation is one unique trait of being a human, and it is an important skill to have. It is the way we get to know others and go on to forge a relationship with them.
We watch movies and television shows to escape – if only briefly – the demands of our jobs, our lives, our parole officers.
We’re now officially in the holiday season — which in workplaces is also the season of workplace gift debacles! I recently asked readers to tell me about their most awkward workplace gift moments.
It’s one thing to imagine being in charge of a project. It’s another to find yourself the person responsible for getting everybody on the team to get the work done.
How we define “great work” is as important as doing great work. Alexandra Levit, shares her personal experience and thoughts on different ways to approach your definition of great work to better position yourself for success.
If your company runs around the clock on a twenty four by seven, three sixty five schedule, it could be at risk for communication issues among the teams who cover different shifts. Twenty-four hour operations add an additional dimension of …
There are many reasons for conflict within a team or between teams. One way to simplify the source of the conflict is to examine whether the conflict is task-based or if it stems from a relational issue.
If you read Seth Godin’s blog, you probably saw the post that talked about how easy it is to manipulate the New York Times’ bestseller list. Said Seth:
Despite popular beliefs, extroversion can sometimes get in the way of social graces because extraverts tend to think out loud, sharing information faster than they are able to censor.
I was talking to the CEO of a management consulting firm the other day and was surprised to hear him say that he doesn’t require new consultants to have – or plan on getting – an MBA. He feels that …