We live in a world with a lot of disagreement. And, in my opinion, that's okay. Varying, even opposing, perceptions and ideas often lead us to the greatest results--both in life, and at work. However,
In 2017, we had "La La Land" and "Moonlight," while 2016 saw "Deadpool," "Rogue One," and "Finding Dory" take the stage. With so much attention on these superstar blockbusters, it becomes far too easy
Publication Date: January 03, 2017 The one primer you need to develop your managerial and leadership skills. Whether you're a new manager or looking to have more influence in your current management role,
Even though bosses usually are the ones who run the show, there are things even bosses do that can make them look very unprofessional--sometimes even causing their employees to resent them for their behavior.
As post-Trump anxiety rates go through the roof, it’s time for less introspection and more social engagement “Happiness comes from within,” declare a thousand advice blogs and books, fridge magnets and
All business owners and executives have varying experiences and perspectives on the approach and qualities necessary for effective leadership. And not all situations require the same type of leadership
Cooperation in the workplace is a valuable commodity. And while it can be challenging to achieve, your garden variety major enterprise is armed with a whole host of tools to facilitate it: a well-articulated
"Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony." -- Mahatma Gandhi Gandhi was completely right. When you don't act in accordance with your values and goals, you're internally-conflicted.
Want to be a leader? You'll have to walk the walk before you talk the talk. That's the claim of Herminia Ibarra, a professor of leadership at the INSEAD School of Business. According to her, before you
First the bad news: 85 percent of companies report an urgent need to develop their leadership pipeline. But only 40 percent believe their current pool of high-potentials can meet their future business
This acronym for L.E.A.D.E.R. is an attempt to identify the characteristics, attributes, and mindset to create a much better meaning for the word. What words would you change and why? "The greatest leader
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Half of this year is gone. Have you reached 50 percent of your goals? If one of your goals is to be successful -- in any area of your life
Many people think that executive coaching is for people who have problems. I often handle requests from CEOs and Senior Leaders who want to “fix” a manager or employee who is struggling. While there’s
Girls as young as nine should be given tips on how to get pregnant in later life, a leading doctor has said. Prof Adam Balen, chairman of the British Fertility Society, said schools needed to “start early"
Currently, a quarter of all employees view their jobs as the number one stressor in their lives, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The World Health Organization describes stress
USA Today's annual list of the most popular college majors has found that American students stick to the same basic set of majors: business, nursing, education, finance, pre-law, etc. Netflix offers dozens
Throughout my life, my father would often remind me: “If you enrich your mind with meaningful knowledge each day, it will grow stronger – if you put it to the test, it will grow wiser.” Wisdom guides thinking,
If clichés like "follow your passion," "give 110%," and "be true to yourself" just aren't cutting it for you, we've got some fresh takes on how to get a head start on your career. From "don't work too
Data from past claims is helping hospitals fine-tune their approach to diagnosis, treatment and follow-up in a range of medical fields Doctors are learning valuable new lessons from past malpractice cases