Taking suggestions from locals and national tourism boards, we've put together a list of the best street foods you can enjoy in the European Union. From crispy french fries dipped in curry ketchup to tarts
Like any other field, leadership goes through trends and changes--and if you want to be successful, you need to stay on top of them. Old-school leadership is just that, and what we do today is very different.
Fortune quoted Andy Campion, Nike's chief financial officer: "What's fascinating about [Parker's] use of questions is that it leaves other leaders empowered to find the answers themselves and act on them."
Have you ever noticed that when you ask someone in your company, “How are you?” they are more likely to answer “Busy!” than “Very well, thank you”? That is because the norm in most companies is that you
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I look forward to Apple keynote presentations and product launches because, as a communication specialist, it’s hard for me to find a better role model for creating, designing, and delivering a presentation.
In my new eBook, 365 Inspirational Quotes: Daily Motivation For Your Best Year Ever, I share the quotations that have inspired me as I’ve launched my companies, written my books and raised my children.
It’s rare to find a leader who elevates the experience for employees and customers to such a degree that other brands benchmark against his or her company. I recently had a unique opportunity to spend
I’m fascinated by the topics of motivation and employee engagement and one tool I’ve focused on in the past is variable pay. I even wrote an article suggesting that the unemployment crisis could be solved
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