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A Mental Trick to Help with Challenging Conversations

Imagine the colleague with whom you have a very challenging relationship, the person who makes the most innocuous conversation tense and uncomfortable. Regardless of the topic, this person opposes you and approaches things as an adversary rather than an ally.<p>Once you can visualize that person …

The Opposite of Addiction Is Connection

Most of us fundamentally misunderstand the nature of drug addiction—and relatively little of the draw is due to the chemicals themselves, even the …

Design Leadership: What’s Next?

Design heads at 3M, Intuit, Microsoft, PepsiCo, Philips, and REI highlight 7 areas for future design leaders to consider.<p>The importance of corporate design leadership is growing fast, which makes me curious: what does the future of design leadership look like? Will this upward momentum continue, …

Digging for hidden treasure

With a clear and distinct definition of potential, a model with real predictive power, and a proven method for measuring its elements, you can bring …

Human Resources

How to Free Your Innate Creativity

<i>Andrew Nguyen/HBR STAFF</i><p>Creativity can feel like an accident. Suddenly, out of nowhere a novel idea shows up in conscious thought and we’ve solved that persistent problem. Or, after days of staring at a blank page, words fly off our fingertips and we’ve written that perfect blog post or editorial. …

Your Best Employee Is Your Weakest Link

Writer, Coach, Lover of Entrepreneurship<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>The last time I used my go-to, standard illustration about the need for documentation and cross training I was doing a series of custom workshops for a medical management team.<p>“What if, heaven …

Small Business

Antifragile: How to Live in a World We Don't Understand by Nassim Nicholas Taleb – review

The author of The Black Swan has now written a baggy, dispiriting, antisocial mess of a book. By David Runciman<p>The core idea behind this book is simple and quite enticing. Nassim Nicholas Taleb divides the world and all that's in it (people, things, institutions, ways of life) into three …