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September 2017

  • Arrogance vs. Humility
    September 25 | Thinkers50 Video Blog

    Most of us think we understand the difference between arrogance and humility. But, do we really when it comes to marketing and promoting our services? Alan Weiss and Marshall Goldsmith share their thoughts on this subject.


  • How Driverless Cars are Changing Your Workplace
    September 25 | Workforce Magazine

    Accessibility, liability and flexibility will all be guided by the coming revolution.


  • Creating a Psychologically Safe Environment
    September 11 | People Matters

    In this article the author tries to see if there is a role of HR and leaders in creating one safe work environment.


  • Do You Want to Be a Leader, or Do You Just Want a Raise?
    September 11 | DDI

    How many people are accepting and taking on leadership jobs without a true understanding of just how significant a role it really is?


  • Going Long on Shorter Learning
    September 11 | Chief Learning Officer

    Personalization and shorter bursts of learning are driving education technology product development.


August 2017

  • How Improv Methods from Comedy Can Lift Business Performance
    August 10 | Knowledge@ Wharton

    Author and part-time comedian Bob Kulhan explains how improvisation techniques can boost performance.


  • 5 Digital Trends Impacting Leaders
    August 07 | DDI

    This article distills five key themes for leaders, each with accompanying Business Evidence: why the theme is critical to the workplace, and our projections for the Leader’s Role: how leaders need to act now on the theme’s implications before they’re overtaken by them.


  • Proof Positive for Happiness at Work
    August 03 | Chief Learning Officer

    Once dismissed as fuzzy and soft, some leaders are making a hard business case for actively promoting happiness at work.


July 2017

  • Hiring In A Tight Labor Market: 6 Tips For A Busy Manager
    July 31 | Forbes

    Hiring workers in a tight labor market is more work for managers than it used to be. Employee retention is always a higher priority than employee recruiting. But retention isn’t enough; you also need to find workers to replace those who do leave and for expansion.


  • Younger Workers Eye Short-Term Financial Goals
    July 31 | Workforce Magazine

    Employers need to broaden their financial wellness efforts beyond retirement. Short-term financial goals matter as well, especially with younger employees.