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.
The market for continuing education in technical fields is exploding, but are re-skilling efforts worth it? The answer is: it depends on your situation.
You may take notes faster on your laptop, but new research suggests you will be better served by grabbing a pen and paper. Oh, and go ahead and doodle while you’re at it. You’ll be glad you did.
If you ever feel like your emails to your boss disappear into the ether, never to be read or acted upon, keep reading.
In a recent post, I described how group norms can have a strong effect on team performance. With this blog post, I want to ask and address, how do these norms develop and is there anything that can be done …
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.”
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.
To lead a team effectively, you must use power effectively. One common leadership mistake that is all too easy to make is to fail to find your own unique balance of power. The balance is important because you can overuse …
We all make mistakes. Having worked in the communications department at a Fortune 500 organization, I’ve unfortunately had some experience in this arena, and I always