Emotional intelligence (EQ) is one of the most important skills to develop for success in the workplace and in life. Many benefits come from being high EQ and there are plenty of ways to stretch your muscles.
A Waffle House Employee Realized He Had Too Many Customers. The Solution Was Truly Unexpected (And Says A Lot About The
Absurdly Driven looks at the world of business with a skeptical eye and a firmly rooted tongue in cheek. It suggests we haven't left olden times. Customers expect to be served. Retailers expect to serve.
Absurdly Driven looks at the world of business with a skeptical eye and a firmly rooted tongue in cheek. So I firmly believe that, if it works, you should do you and everyone should do them. Occasionally,
Remember that time you called up Comcast or Charter or AT&T? You used a few savvy phrases like “skinny bundle” and “over the top,” and you scared them into shaving 10% off your monthly bill? Yeah, well,
A mathematician has derived an easier way to solve quadratic equation problems, according to MIT's Technology Review. Quadratic equations are polynomials that include an x², and teachers use them to teach
Recently, I was telling a client about our Meaningful Alignment program when I had an "aha" moment. She listened intently and then observed that she appreciated the impetus of the program because it incorporated
Earlier this year, RJ Walker, 28, lived through what he calls a "sharing economy nightmare.” The part-time Lyft driver arrived home after work to discover strange cars blocking his driveway. He cautiously
A group of Republican lawmakers appears ready to try to bridge one of the most acrimonious divides in modern American politics: the gap between LGBTQ activists and religious conservatives. On Friday, Chris
The biggest worry for many young retirement savers is how income they should set aside now in order to live comfortably after their careers. However, they're set to confront an even bigger challenge after
Nobody said you have to like it, but acknowledging it is a necessity. One of the biggest tests of leadership is how you act in times of setbacks and adversity. Some of us beam, some buckle (but hold),
One of the topics I explore in my new book, “Viviendo en el futuro” (“Living in the future”, hopefully soon to be published in English) is the rapidly changing nature of work: within a few years so many
The flooding in Venice this past week was extraordinary. According to my Forbes colleague Eric Mack, “On Tuesday, rains helped bring the seasonal high tides known as acqua alta to near record levels, seven
How every manager can use coaching questions to facilitate significant conversations A one-on-one meeting between a manager and his/her team member can be one of the most valuable interactions an employee
Apple iPhone users are being warned to check their devices against a list of malicious apps disclosed in a new report. The exposure of such dangers on Google’s Play Store has become a theme this year,
(CNN) — A mass brawl broke out on a British cruise ship Friday morning, leaving several people injured and others confined to their cabins for the rest of their journey, according to eyewitnesses who to
Samsung’s newest high-end phone series, packed with its latest technology, is coming in August. Here’s what to expect. Not surprisingly the Samsung leak machine has already given us a pretty clear picture
Google reaped millions in tax breaks as it secretly expanded its real estate footprint across the U.S.
The mystery company was Google — a fact the city revealed two months later, after the project was formally approved. Larry Barnett, president of Midlothian Economic Development, one of the agencies that