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By Kelly Yang “Lean In” author Sheryl Sandberg has been spending time with the wrong people. If she wants to make progress in her efforts to help more women reach the top of the business world, she should stop talking … Continue reading
Interesting presentation, considering she’s been extremely lucky by being employed by both Facebook and Google in her career. Some points are valid and others are not.
By Robert Half International A difficult relationship with your boss can make every aspect of your work more challenging. It’s a tough situation, but it’s not necessarily a hopeless one. Yes, in cases of true ineptitude or incompatibility, it might … Continue reading
by Amy J.C. Cuddy, Matthew Kohut, and John Neffinger Is it better to be loved or feared? Niccolò Machiavelli pondered that timeless conundrum 500 years ago and hedged his bets. “It may be answered that one should wish to be … Continue reading
By Grant McCracken A client recently asked me to comment crisply on the future. I came up with these observations. See if you can spot my error. 1. The world is speeding up. In 1989, Alan Kay said it takes … Continue reading
By Shaun Spearmon For millions of faithful fans, Thursdays at 10 p.m. just won’t be the same. With the conclusion of the second season of Scandal, we will have to survive 6 months, void of our weekly dose of the lies, … Continue reading
By Robert A. Eckert When I arrived at Mattel, the company was losing almost a million dollars a day, the bonus pool was empty, and equity awards were underwater. I believed that those challenges were surmountable. On my first day, … Continue reading
By Jacquelyn Smith Here are 9 things you should (and shouldn’t) do when the boss takes credit for your work: Don’t assume the worst. “Avoid assuming that the boss did in fact take credit for your work intentionally,” Hockett says. Sometimes … Continue reading
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