Imaginative minds have long appreciated the power of dim lighting. New research confirms that when the lights switch off, something in the brain switches on. Editor’s Note 01/01/14 Happy New Year! We’re
Taking a different perspective can lead to stunning breakthroughs in any industry, writes Tina Seelig in InGenius. Editors’ note: The following is an adapted excerpt of InGenius (Harper One) by Tina Seelig.
Open office layouts can suck–but they don’t have to. In part two of our office design series, senior editor Anjali Mullany talks with workplace experts about how to turn your collaborative space into productive
We’ve all thought it: If only I worked at so-and-so, my genius would be recognized and I’d churn out award-winning work. But you don’t have to work at so-and-so. Here are some workarounds to getting your
No more gift cards. No more last minute gifts. No more spending money? American adults will spend on average nearly $800 on gifts this holiday season according to a Gallup poll. That’s a decent chunk change
Not long ago, I attended the “Forever Green Leadership Gala” in Menlo Park, a fundraiser for The Girl Scouts of Northern California. The event honored two women with impressive accomplishments: Noosheen
Know The Power Of Feelings Leaders who just focus on results don't do nearly as well as those that also pay attention to relationships. Via Social: Why Our Brains Are Wired to Connect: Zenger fund that
Who wants to work for an ungrateful boss? Nobody, so start saying thanks. We all know the good feelings that come with being acknowledged for something that we did. Those feelings result in wanting to
How to fine-tune the internal monologue that scores every aspect of our lives, from leadership to love. “If you imagine less, less will be what you undoubtedly deserve,” Debbie Millman counseled in one
Paul Oyer, Stanford economist and the author of Everything I Ever Needed to Know About Economics I Learned from Online Dating, explains the marketplace of online love. SARAH GREEN: Welcome to the HBR I’m
Time was when a roof over your head, food on the table and occasional bouts of sexual activity were the hallmarks of a successful marriage. Not any more. According to a US psychologist, the modern marriage
Coach and consultant Bill Treasurer has been teaching leadership development and studying leadership models for 20 years. But he says he learned a valuable lesson when his five-year-old son came home school
Some say leadership is an art. Some say leadership is a science. There were a lot of books written on the topic and a lot of approaches discussed. But there are also simple, yet powerful quotes that pack
America has an ample number of leaders, in the workplace and in politics. But unfortunately, what many of these leaders are actually doing is "leadIng." You'll note the capital "I." That's not a typo.