Businesses rarely enter deals without a plan for how each will end. As employees, we should take a page from their playbooks, says Diane Mulcahy, author of The Gig Economy and creator of the Forbes “Top 10” business school class on the topic. She advises: “On the day you get […]
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Whether it’s a CEO, a coach or someone else whose job it is to motivate others, a great leader is at heart a good salesperson. That’s because if an organization’s leadership isn’t constantly persuading the rest of the team to buy into an idea or a philosophy, the team is […]
…and Respected at Work Being a professional isn’t easy. At the workplace, it’s not only about what you do but how you do it. This is how you build your reputation and you probably realize that it’s a very valuable factor in your career development. If you’d like to get […]
Striving to make your organization “one big happy family” won’t create the workplace utopia you hope for. Here, Daniel F. Prosser explains what a patriarchy is, why it’s bad for your company, and how to tell if you’ve created one. It sounds like a notion that should have gone the […]