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A handful of easy techniques are powerful enough to shift what consumers think they want or need.
In every interaction, you want to add reciprocal value so you're working toward a mutually beneficial proposition.
Automation, when properly understood, does not replace humans, but extends them
New unlimited data plans from AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile could mean big savings.
Striking the right tone can be very difficult.
Is being a flight attendant less than glamorous these days?
Simply put, entrepreneurship is hard. Here are five tips and tricks that will make your entrepreneurship journey a little easier.
Working with international clients can pose some uncertainties. If your business has international clients, you'll want to read up on these 5 best practices.
A clinical psychologist explains how playing the role of parental protector sabotages kids' ability to soar as adults.
They key is to show a real interest and engage.
To truly prepare your organization for the future of work and to push past the siloed ways of thinking that have dominated the business world for decades, Marcus Buckingham has four suggestions for managers and leaders.
Eliminating unconscious bias in business requires some new tools. SAP Success Factors leverages artificial intelligence to do just that (and now you can too).
Your company is growing fast. Here's how to maintain that culture you've worked so hard to build.
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Is your high schooler selling out her future for a part-time paycheck?
In his 6,000-word letter, Mark Zuckerberg has committed Facebook to solving many of the company's issues. One thing he doesn't address: how to learn from criticism.
There's innovation and then there's this.
We cling dearly to certainty, at virtually any cost--but the cost is often much greater than we realize.
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