How good are you at email? We all complain about getting too much of it, and we all try to cut down the time we spend on it. Yet in our email-driven business world, it remains a primary form of communication,
We all know the basics of good presentation skills: don’t read from a script; don’t overwhelm your audience with verbose slides; and the like. But for a particular kind of high-stakes presentation — one
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Here’s how to tap into LinkedIn’s “Who’s Viewed Your Profile” section to convert strangers into full-blown connections. LinkedIn. It’s a powerful platform that connects you with millions of professionals
Leadership. It's a simple concept -- but, not such an easy skill to master. In fact, being an effective and inspiring leader requires some serious thought, consideration, and (believe it or not) practice.
It is so easy to get wrapped up in what we don't have and haven't accomplished that we don't always realize what we do have. It's easy to feel like we're not doing as well as we should, but sometimes have
Consulting firm Gap International recently conducted a survey of more than 500 global business leaders to answer this question: What thinking leads to extraordinary results? The answers are both powerful
It's a question you hear at the start of a meeting, while lingering in a waiting room, in line while waiting for coffee, and hundreds of times at conferences and networking events. The dreaded "What do
As we near the end of the 2016 commencement season, we are inundated with news about famous speakers, speeches, and all the major events happening during this special time for graduates. Most of the world
Millennials are changing the investing agenda. They don't justwant to grow their money: Many Millennials want to achieve social and environmental goals through their investments. It's called "impact investing"
To find the cheapest places to go to, Hoppa calculated the average cost per person for a day trip in each destination, crunching the numbers for six typical travel expenses, including a 3km taxi journey,
The laptops on this list run on Intel's powerful Core-i processors. You can find cheaper laptops, but they run on less powerful Core-M processors that are designed for mobile devices like tablets. For
Why have a meeting anyway? Why indeed? A great many important matters are quite satisfactorily conducted by a single individual who consults nobody. A great many more are resolved by a letter, a memo,
We’ve all been in meetings where participants are unprepared, people veer off-track, and the topics discussed are a waste of the team’s time. These problems — and others like it — stem from poor agenda
You'd think we'd all be fully versed with every one of Facebook's nooks and crannies, given how much time we all spend on there these days. However, there seem to be new tips, tricks, secrets and hacks