We don’t often question the typical world map that hangs on the walls of classrooms — a patchwork of yellow, pink and green that separates the world into more than 200 nations. But Parag Khanna, a global
Most people who are good at school follow a pretty straightforward strategy: study hard, get good grades, repeat. This basic approach to achievement stays the same from elementary school all the way through
A few weeks ago I attended an event as a guest expert with my radio co-host Kevin Harrington, one of the original Sharks from Shark Tank. During the two-day event we helped over fifty inventors with their
I thought it would be fun to create a list of popular podcasts, but download numbers can be skewed so who's to say what's popular? With that in mind I reached out to my list of peers, clients, and social
A good leader is someone who creates solutions and supports the staff under them. A good leader is someone that listens. While some people are born with leadership qualities, others develop them while
With data from Wealth-X, a company that conducts research on the super wealthy, Business Insider has taken a look at the richest self-made women in the world. These women have built companies, pioneered
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There's a thousand different ways to become a leader but there's only a few ways to become a great leader. If you ask any leader of a team, organization or company, he or she will tell you how to be a
Graduation season is upon us and across the country colleges and universities are loosing an army of fresh-faced potential new employees on the world of work. Among these eager new potential employees
Let's get something straight: Manager and leader are not synonymous terms. Manage implies maintaining the status quo. It's a manager's job to ensure that things go as planned and that the team meets expectations.
It's one thing to gain mastery of a particular function or skillset; it's quite another to take responsibility for, and earn the respect of, employees from different backgrounds, functions, and cultures.
More than 150 academics, novelists, poets, scientists and other experts of language have descended on San Juan, Puerto Rico, this week to debate the future of Spanish — and whether words such as "selfie"
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After 30 years helping companies find and develop their perfect workspaces, Lisa Davidson is still an anomaly. As a tenant representative for commercial real estate firm Savills Studley, Davidson is one
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Your education shouldn't stop when you leave the classroom. Learning new skills is a great way to expand your mind and get ahead in your career — and it's easier than ever with a plethora of online classes
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