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Surprising Harvard Research Says Giving Negative Feedback to Peers Won't Work (Unless You Do 1 Simple Thing)
Harvard researchers say we've got it all wrong on giving negative feedback to peers. It's useless if you don't do this too.
Finding the right business partner can be like finding a needle in a haystack. Follow these 6 steps to start off strong and build successfully.
If youre a team leader or manager looking for a "how to" make your team more effective, start with your team dynamic. It can make or break any given project youre working on, but its an aspect of management that often gets less attention than it deserves.
When you do something has a huge impact on how well you do it.
Yes, she had powerful subject matter and used clever rhetoric, but the real magic goes deeper.
Ned Colletti was the general manager of the LA Dodgers for years-- here, he describes why he often got emotional on the job.
Co-founder of America Online, Steve Case, explains where venture capital is concentrated in the U.S. -- and why does it matter where you live
You have to phrase it just the right way.
Your Paydex, Experian Intelliscore, and FICO SBSS numbers can affect your business credit.
You can't buy happiness, but these wealthy founders sure tried.
Star charts and enlisting support are powerful tools to keep resolutions and modifybehavior
Founder and CEO of Work It Daily, J.T. O'Donnell, explains the three things that hold you back when it comes to being satisfied with your career.
4 Marketing Musts for Growing a Startup
The Death of Dolores O'Riordan, a Creative Genius Who Battled Mental Illness. (Does That Sound Familiar?)
The talented singer battled demons, she acknowledged--a battle with which many successful people are very familiar.
Martin Luther King Jr. was not only the most important activist of our time. He was also one hell of a salesman.
If your answer to most of these questions is "YES," then you're probably being gaslighted.
When you force yourself to experience the obsession for improvement, it shows you care and ignites passion.
Why does this keep happening?
Every time you communicate, you're either adding value, or taking up space. Here's how your personality adds value at work and avoids being spam.
Retaining your existing customers is easier than finding new ones, if you do it right