Natalie Chung

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The Science Of Gratitude And Why It’s Important In Your Workplace

Lack of gratitude is a major factor driving job dissatisfaction, turnover, absenteeism, and often, burnout.<p>This is the time of year when we focus on giving thanks, with many of us sharing our gratitude with friends and family. But when is the last time you thanked your employees? Coworkers? Or …

This Software Helps Employees Navigate the Benefits Labyrinth

Amid all the eating, family and friend visits, football games, and shopping expeditions that traditionally fill the four-day U.S. Thanksgiving …

How machine learning can make humans better managers

Machine learning is rapidly infiltrating today’s workplace, in businesses of all shapes, sizes and industries — and it’s here to stay. In fact, so far in 2016 over 200 AI-focused companies have raised nearly $1.5 billion in funding, and equity deals to startups in AI increased 6x from roughly 70 in …

Authentic Leadership Means Being Real

Authentic leadership is really about owning yourself, knowing who you are and what your leadership style is. Many people don't realize it, but a big part of true leadership is the ability and willingness to identify, accept and share yourself as a whole person - not just someone who works perfectly …

7 TED Talks to Help You De-Stress Your Busy Girl Life

Feeling a little stressed out now and again is a normal part of life. But while a little stress might actually be good for you, anxiety buildup is definitely something that we should all take seriously. Some people de-stress by lighting a scented candle and escaping the world through a good book. …

TED Talks

In-Control vs. Under-Control Leadership

One of the biggest mistakes I see leaders make, is overvaluing being "in control" and undervaluing being "under control."<p>Understanding, appreciating, and even building upon this distinction is what separates the empowering, inspiring leaders -- from the draining and fear-driven micromanagers.<p><b>The</b> …

7 Invaluable Leadership Tips That Boost Accountability in the Workplace

If you want to improve your employees' performance, consider these wise tips.<p>Accountability is one of those buzzwords that was quickly recognized in management and leadership circles as an important concept. The unfortunate outcome of a buzzword is it minimizes the importance of the buzz-worthy …

For three hours, Uber let riders pitch their startup to a VC in an Uber Pool — here's what it was like

Called Pool Pitch, the option was available on October 13 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Users could hail a ride with an investor from New York firms like First Round Capital, Lerer Hippeau Ventures, Brooklyn Bridge Capital, and Primary Venture Partners, anywhere in New York's five boroughs.<p>The people with …

Princeton University

21 of the most creative résumés we've ever seen

To combat that, many job seekers with coding and design experience go to extreme — and extremely creative — lengths to stand out and demonstrate their skills.<p>It's a risk: Not every hiring manager is going to be on board with an unconventional approach. But as the creators of these masterpieces …

Résumés

4 Types of Meetings You Need to Cancel Now

Holding a productive meeting is an art -- one few business leaders have mastered.<p>Holding a productive meeting is an art. Unfortunately, it's one few business leaders have mastered. Instead of thinking of team meetings as exciting brainstorming sessions or collaborative ways to solve problems, …

Ditch The Employee Engagement Survey -- Here Are Ten Better Ways To Listen

In almost every message that is sent from one person to another, there are two pieces of critical information.<p>One piece is the content of the message itself. The other piece of information is a statement about the communicator’s relationship with the recipient of the message.<p>If you lean over to …

How to Lead So Others Follow

Getting promoted or starting a venture so people get paid to do what you say doesn't make them followers. Here's what does.<p>Most people think to become a leader, you just get promoted or start a venture until you have a team below you: the bigger the team, the more people reporting to you, the more …

5 Tips to Get Rid of Mental Clutter and Negative Self Talk

I'm a worrier.<p>It's inherited. Or more likely, it's ingrained.<p>My grandfather worried. My mother worried. I worry.<p>About really dumb things. I'm talking about things that no one else worries about.<p>For example, growing up there was a rule in the house: If there was a lightning storm, you could not be …

Self-help

Want to become a great manager? Then stop being a manager

We all are managers in our own sense. I mean, we all manage our life. No matter a student or a football player, we all have to strike the right …

Want to Increase Your Chances of Success? Change Your Attitude.

The top-seeded players in the world were both stunned this past week at the U.S. Open. Both Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams fought hard throughout their matches but were eventually defeated by their opponents. The questions remain: how were both number one players in the world upset at the …

Why Smart Women Are Running Themselves Into The Ground

What do Hillary Clinton, Sharon Osbourne and Selena Gomez have in common? They are all smart, busy women who have run themselves into the ground. Hillary Clinton is currently making headlines for nearly fainting at the 9/11 – remembrance ceremony on Sunday, finally admitting she has been diagnosed …

8 Consistent Behaviors of Highly Authentic Leaders

Authentic leaders that truly walk the walk engage in these 8 behaviors every day. With intention, you too can step into your greatest authenticity.<p>In an era where virtually everyone is calling themselves a leader or entrepreneur, how can we distinguish the truly great ones from everyone else? And …

Tony Robbins: Success Without Fulfillment Is the Ultimate Failure

Tony Robbins is on a mission to help entrepreneurs like you succeed - not just in business, but it life. In my interview with him, he shares why your fulfillment is even more important than your business success.<p>If you've been reading my articles in the past 18 months, you know that I've had an …

We’re surrounded by smiling, successful, talented people who are depressed

You don’t need to be told that mental illness is very, very common. There are statistics galore: One in five people in the US will experience mental illness this year. When considered over a lifetime, that figure rises to one in four people worldwide.<p>But it still doesn’t feel very normal. We’re …

The Case Against Long-Term Incentive Pay

Melinda Beck<p>Alexander Pepper spent 27 years at a large accounting firm helping client companies devise ways to compensate CEOs and other senior executives. Starting in the early 1990s, pay packages have typically included long-term equity incentive plans aimed at aligning managers’ and …

7 ideas about finding the work you were meant to do

You don’t “find your calling,” you fight for it — and other lessons from people who found their passion (sometimes late in life).<p>Whether it was …

Resilience Is About How You Recharge, Not How You Endure

As constant travelers and parents of a 2-year-old, we sometimes fantasize about how much work we can do when one of us gets on a plane, undistracted by phones, friends, and <i>Finding Nemo</i>. We race to get all our ground work done: packing, going through TSA, doing a last-minute work call, calling each …

Successful Leaders Know What Made Them Who They Are

Can you identify the one person, event, or influence that made you who you are as a leader and a person? Over the past 10 years, I’ve put that question to one hundred of the eminent people I represented as chairman of the Washington Speakers Bureau: Madeleine Albright, Tom Brokaw, Colin Powell, …

The One Behavior That Stands Between Success and Failure

Want to advance your business and career? Follow up more.<p>Famously, Woody Allen once said that "80 percent of success is showing up." If only it was that easy.<p>Showing up--or just getting to where you need to be--is nothing compared to the importance of follow up, which is to say, staying on top of a …

12 Business Leaders on How They Handle Stress

Stress seems to be part of every job description, particularly when you reach the C-suite. But that doesn’t mean it gets to take over your life. When …

11 TED talks that can help you become insanely productive

Reaching optimal productivity is about working smarter, not harder, and making the most of each day.<p>The following TED talks offer valuable lessons in doing just that.

Why Becoming Purpose Driven Is The Path To Success in the 21st Century

"A culture of purpose guides behavior, influences strategy, transcends leaders-and endures." - Punit Renjen, Deloitte Global CEO<p>The bigger purpose is a clear definition of why the company exists. When we explore this with companies, we always find a deeper reason that very often is <i>not</i> communicated …

10 TED Talks That Will Inspire You to Become a #Girlboss Leader

Even though there’s still an abundance of sexist double standards at work, we’ve interviewed tons of inspirational businesswomen who are crushing the glass ceiling and becoming their own bosses. From Sandy Rubinstein, the CEO of one of the hottest digital advertising agencies, to Komal Minhas, the …

LinkedIn HR chief recommends 3 books to all new managers

<i>Amazon</i><p>Reid Hoffman, the billionaire cofounder of LinkedIn, is rethinking the relationship between managers and employees.<p>In his 2014 book 'The …

What Leaders Actually Do to Inspire and Motivate

Lets leave intellectual theory behind. These are the nuts and bolts of great leadership, and you can apply them starting today.<p>Back when I was doing the corporate grind, Bruce was the first boss (and my favorite to this day) that exposed me to the very practice of "Servant Leadership." That's how …