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There are only 3 types of interview questions. Here are your answers.

<b></b>Now that I’ve read, and re-read The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, I’m more conscious about what I keep and what I throw out. I’m hard-core now. …

Employment

What to say when a hiring manager asks, 'How much money do you currently make?'

<i>Why?</i> There are a few reasons.<p>First, maybe they were going to offer you, say, $90,000 — but you tell them you currently make $65,000. Once they hear that, they might decide to offer you just $70,000.<p>Second, maybe they can only offer you $60,000 because that's all they have in the budget for this …

A dozen habits of bad leaders and what to do about them

In leadership, everything you do counts. All eyes are on you, even when you aren’t there. Employees feel your presence throughout the day because you …

What's Your Leadership Impact?

<i>Focus on the ways in which your words and actions affect your people. Create a positive impact — and they’ll move mountains to help you achieve a shared dream.</i><p>True leadership — the kind that can fire people up, and inspire them to pull together to achieve a common vision — is something exceptional …

Loving Leadership: Why It's Time To Start Genuinely Caring For Your Team

Have you ever felt like you were at war in your business? That shouldn’t come as a surprise, given that leadership models were originally based on military models. Military academies still focus on developing leaders.<p>You may have heard the idea that everything is based on either fear or love. In …

Thought Leadership

6 Reasons why high EQ and Leadership go hand in hand for success

The subject of Emotional Intelligence (EQ) has been around for quite a few years and we are all born with it. Those who have high EQ tend to have …

Most CEOs Are Not Thought Leaders. Here's Why | Inc.com

When I played hockey growing up, I didn't just want to have fun--I wanted to make it to the NHL and win the Stanley Cup.<p>When I started playing World of Warcraft as a 14 year old, I didn't just want to kill hours in front of my computer--I wanted to become one of the greatest World of Warcraft …

Leadership

6 Things Great Leaders Always Do (but Mere Bosses Typically Fear), According to Research | Inc.com

Human beings are inherently designed to be relational. It's how we learn, grow, and survive as a species. In the workplace, it's no different. We long for the same close bonds and connections with colleagues, managers, and customers, in the pursuit of purposeful work and strong collaboration that …

Leadership

Think you're a good leader? You might need to read this.

by Anthony Mitchell<p>Ask people "Do you have above average looks?" Research shows that roughly 90 per cent will say yes. Ask "Do you have above average …

Scaramucci, Leadership, And You

<b>Published Date:</b> 2017-08-21 17:24:20 UTC <b><br>Tags:</b> Human Capital, Human Resources, Leadership, Strategy <b><br>Title:</b> Scaramucci, Leadership, And You <b><br>Subtitle:</b> The …

Leadership

What a Company's Board Can Show You About Its Culture, for Better or Worse | Inc.com

<i>How does the culture of the board affect company culture? originally appeared on Quora:</i> <i>the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world</i>.<p><b>Answer by Shefaly Yogendra, Board Director experienced with for- & non-profit, private & listed</b> …

Nonprofits

Why Good Leaders Are Always Inconsistent | Inc.com

When asked what qualities they appreciate in a manager, most employees say they value consistency. After all, what could be more frustrating than working for somebody who's always changing strategies? You think you're following marching orders only to have the boss undercut you by publicly setting …

Leadership

Research: Sleep Deprivation Can Make It Harder to Stay Calm at Work

When new managers and their employees meet for the first time, they begin to forge their working relationship, which will be a crucial factor in how they both experience work, how much they trust each other, and how effectively they can work together. You may have a direct report that you hold in …

How Being on a Nonprofit Board Can Be the Unexpected Career Boost You Need

In the years before life was dominated by work and a social calendar was more than just a seemingly constant rotation of routine happy hours and lunch dates, it was a whole lot easier to be a <i>joiner</i>. Do you remember those days? When it was totally cool to try out ballet or softball just because it …

3 Lessons Great Leaders Learn Only After They Fail | Inc.com

The employee sat down with me in a sunlit conference room.<p>"You're a terrible communicator," she said.<p>The great irony? I was running a technical communications group at the time.<p>Some lessons like that come pretty hard. You learn them only by failing, teaching you things you can't learn any way other …

Employment

A Way to Plan If You’re Bad at Planning

Learning how to plan — especially if you’re new to organizing your time — can be a frustrating experience. And for some individuals, the reason could be their brains.<p>As a time management coach, I’ve seen some incredibly intelligent people struggle to plan. For example, very creative people who …

How to Celebrate Independence Day around Boston

This weekend is expected to be the most heavily traveled Fourth of July in history. According to the Automobile Association of America (AAA), a …

New England

Don’t edit the human germ line

Heritable human genetic modifications pose serious risks, and the therapeutic benefits are tenuous, warn Edward Lanphier, Fyodor Urnov and colleagues.<p>…

DNA Editing Will Change The World Forever

By Vlad Tverdohleb , Jul 26, 2015 08:46 PM EDT<p>At first, geneticists were worried about "<b>recombinant DNA</b>" and the potential implications of …

Genetics

Fixing genes won’t fix us

Methadone Mile is a stretch of road along Massachusetts Avenue that begins in the South End and stretches north to the Charles River. On the other …

Why Health Care Is Stuck — And How to Fix It

The pressures for fundamental change in health care have been building for decades, but meaningful change has been limited while the urgency of change only grows. The moment of discontinuity has arrived. Already unsustainable costs, an aging population, advances in medicine, and a growing …

How to Get Progressive Students to Understand the Minimum Wage | Emily Skarbek

When I teach the Principles of Economics, I often note the relationship between positive analysis and normative judgments. One of my favorite ways to …

3D Printing Breakthrough Could Change Healthcare

Researchers at Carnegie Mellon have used a new technique to print soft tissue an off-the-shelf 3D printer, and hope to use the method to make …

3D Printing

This Genius Chocolate Mousse Recipe Uses Just Two Ingredients

One of them is chocolate, obviously. What's the other?<p>Chocolate mousse. It's the upscale, more sophisticated version of chocolate pudding. It's …

This Is How a Dietitian Spends $40 at the Supermarket

Though stores like Whole Foods may make it seem like eating healthy has to cost a fortune (whole paycheck, am I right?), that absolutely doesn’t have …

10 Ways to Breakfast Like a Southerner

Southern cooks face all of the same challenges as everyone else in getting breakfast on the table, but that doesn't mean we can't take advantage of …

Breakfast

How to Make Earthy, Smoky Penne Boscaiola (Pasta With Mushrooms and Bacon)

Recipe names don't always make much sense. Take <i>cacciatore</i>, for instance, which is named for a hunter, yet, in all its many forms, it almost never includes ingredients you'd expect someone to bring home from the hunt. The pasta sauce known as <i>boscaiola</i>, however, has the perfect epithet.<p>"Boscaiola" …

The Biggest, Boldest Health Predictions For 2017—Crowdsourced From You

How will health care change in 2017? We asked and you answered.<p>It’s that time of year when we make predictions for what the next 12 months will bring, whether it’s new technology hitting the market or policy reforms. In health care, many industry executives, consultants, and futurists have pointed …

Obamacare: Five Things You May Not Know About the Health Care Law

Republicans are returning to Congress on Tuesday with President Barack Obama's signature health care law squarely in their sights.<p>Some GOP leaders say they want to repeal the 2010 Affordable Care Act as soon as possible and figure out how to replace it later. Others say they may want to move more …

Health Care

The government just announced some big changes to try to fix Obamacare

With Obamacare having being dogged by negative news over the past few weeks — as major insurers have pulled out of some public exchanges and regulators have said the exchanges are "near collapse"— the US Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, or CMS, proposed a series of changes on Monday to …