You have way too much to do, you’re buried in work, and it seems there’s no way out from under it all. But there is: delegation. Yes, yes, you know it’s important to do and you know it will save you time
Aristotle might as well have been doling out career advice when he said that “we are what we repeatedly do.” This aphorism has taken on contemporary resonance in books like Charles Duhigg’s The Power Habit.
We live in a time of chronic dissatisfaction in the workplace. Gallup’s 2013 State of the American Workplace study found that as many as 70% of working Americans were unfulfilled with their jobs, 18% such
You don’t have your dream job, but the position exists at your company. What do you do? Learn the basics of job crafting and get on the path to doing what you love. It’s not as hard as you think. My first
Russell Henry, 35, dreamed of a career in IT, but he didn’t have a college degree or the appropriate job experience. By day he worked as a manager at a local theater, and, in his free time, he spent hours
“I am convinced that nothing we do is more important than hiring and developing people. At the end of the day you bet on people, not on strategies.”—Lawrence Bossidy, former COO of GE. Working in the industry
Leadership coach Lolly Daskal and Psychologist Art Markman answer our first reader question. The office can be an overwhelming and tricky landscape. To help you navigate the often uncertain terrain of
The Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers Fellows Program hires design and engineering students from across the nation and places them in its portfolio companies. KPCB companies include Flipboard, Chegg, Groupon
I love my job, even on the tough days. For that I stay immensely grateful, especially since my work as a coach involves bearing witness to the unhappiness so many people feel in their chosen careers. fact,
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These companies illustrate what the future of the business looks like. 1. GoPro For letting everyone in on the extreme-sports video action. Few companies have built their brand identity on the back of
Last week a group of media moguls, business leaders and entertainment starsnamed the best and the brightest on social media at the Shorty Awards in New York City. The award ceremony included a wide range