Probably at our workplaces we have all heard many times that “no one is irreplaceable”, though it is more likely to hear it more often in big corporations where people are still considered as “positions”.
Ahead of each holiday season, Neiman Marcus unveils its gift guide full of luxe home goods, tech-gadgets, accessories, and ready-to-wear. Accompanying the covetable list of presents are a group of extravagant
What effect do warmth and competence have on your career? Historically, being considered a warm person hasn’t been an attribute that senior leaders strove to develop. More emphasis was placed on being
In an effort to increase leadership thinking and awareness about the new measures of success, this one may be hard to swallow for some of my readers, but here it goes. Research on positive organizational
As I discovered when I curated the Commonwealth Fashion Exchange, Buckingham Palace is a place of marvels, with utilitarian service spaces that open surreally onto enfilades of suitably majestic rooms