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Career Advice: New grads- The unspoken rules of the workplace

New Graduates: These Are The Unspoken Rules Of The Workplace No One Tells You

Graduation is an exciting (and scary) time; you’re leaving a world where you know all the rules and entering into a world where what’s expected of you often isn’t so clear cut. The rules that truly matter in the workplace are often not written anywhere-they’re simply things that those who have been in it for a while consider to be obvious.

 

Leadership Advice: A former Google and Apple exec says there are 4 ways to lead a team — and 3 are ineffective

A former Google and Apple exec says there are 4 ways to lead a team – and 3 are ineffective

Kim Scott is no psychoanalyst – she’s a CEO coach – but when she talks about the genesis of ineffective leadership styles, she points straight to your experience at 18 months old. At that point, Scott says, you’re taught: “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all.”

 

Leadership Advice: To Be an Exceptional Boss, Here Are 11 Things You Must Give Your Employees

To Be an Exceptional Boss, Here Are 11 Things You Must Give Your Employees

Think about a boss you truly respected. Think about a leader you truly admired. Think about a leader you not only loved to work for, but with. What sets that person apart from every other boss? Simple. They gave: generously, selflessly, and without expectation of return.

 

Culture Advice: Microsoft’s CEO Sent an Extraordinary Email to Employees After They Committed an Epic Fail

Microsoft’s CEO Sent an Extraordinary Email to Employees After They Committed an Epic Fail

Just under a year ago, Microsoft launched a Twitter bot by the name of Tay (officially, Tay.ai), in an attempt to advance how artificial intelligence communicates with humans in real time. Things took a vicious turn, though, when hackers and others caused Tay to begin spewing racist and profane comments.

 

Culture Advice: Gender Diversity On Boards And The Long Road Ahead

This Is The State Of Gender Diversity On Boards Around The World

One particular problem the recent Snap IPO news brought to light yet again is how few women sit on the boards of directors of major public companies. This, in light of the fact that recent findings from MSCI ESG, a global research firm, indicate that companies with strong female representation on boards generated a Return on Equity of 10.1% per year versus 7.4% for those without.

Career Advice: The Mid-Career Internship

The Mid-Career Internship

For women who have been away for the workforce for a spell, sometimes re-entry programs are the only way back in.

 

Culture Advice: What The Grateful Dead And A Winning Organizational Culture Have In Common

What The Grateful Dead And A Winning Organizational Culture Have In Common ” CEOWORLD magazine

According to Deloitte’s 2016 Human Capital Trends Survey 86% of organizations cite culture as a very important issue and a top agenda item. I know what you are thinking, how can a bunch of hippies teach us anything about building a compelling organizational culture.

 

Leadership News: The Neuroscience of Trust

The Neuroscience of Trust

In Brief The Problem Leaders know that low employee engagement is a sign of lost value-it’s clearly something they want to fix. But most of them don’t know how, so they provide random perks, hoping those will move the needle. The Solution It’s much more effective to create a culture of trust.

 

Employee Engagement: 4 Secrets to Keeping Your Employees Motivated, According to a Duke Behavioral Economist

4 Secrets to Keeping Your Employees Motivated, According to a Duke Behavioral Economist

Dan Ariely, the famous Duke behavioral economist and author of multiple New York Times Bestsellers, such as “Predictably Irrational,” just released a short, new book on motivation, “Payoff: The Hidden Logic That Shapes Our Motivations.”

Why Nearly Half of Workers Globally Could Leave Their Jobs in 2017

Why Nearly Half Of Workers Globally Could Leave Their Jobs In 2017

Enjoy spending time with your coworkers this holiday season, because many of them are likely to be gone by this time next year. According to a recent survey of 3,300 employees across 14 countries by Dale Carnegie Training, 26% of U.S.

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