I recently wrote an article asking why employee recognition is so big a problem. A key piece of evidence: As I mentioned in my earlier post, the one issue that recurred in literally every employee survey
Survey shows seller confidence is rising as previously buyer-friendly market begins to move back towards a more balanced state Over the past couple of years, the business-for-sale marketplace has been
Your brain fills in the blanks, connects the dots, and finds a way to weave disconnected scenes and facts to find an overarching theme. The same goes for your customers, when it comes to how they interact
If you're a long-time Evernote user, you probably recall when the company's tagline was "remember everything." Today, as the software maker attempts to define itself as the one-stop shop for all of your
For a retailer, it’s extremely useful to know whether a customer will be back or has abandoned you for good. Starting in the late 1980s, academic researchers began to develop sophisticated predictive to
Can you learn to be mentally tougher? Emma Young investigates the science of mindfulness and other techniques promising to foster resilience in the face of extreme stress. “It was one of those perfect
Life sure isn't simple, especially in business. Technology is supposed to make things easier and in many ways it does, but at the same time change comes so fast and goals are so lofty that many people
The public is growing increasingly aware of mental illness which now affects one in four people. Raising awareness of this fact has also been the result of many public figures speaking candidly about ongoing
CEOs are thirsty for insight from the front lines. And yet those of us on those front lines – whether we are customers or employees – are often hesitant to reach out to senior leaders who are only an away.
Study argues that traffic and pollution could be cut if more travelers shared a cab. 4 Minute Read Many of us have had the deflating experience of arriving in a city by train or plane only to encounter
If it’s true that many people fear public speaking more than death, it’s equally true that businesspeople are condemned to a thousand small deaths in client pitches, in boardrooms, and on stage. And that
The numbers: Mixed, as always. Amazon sales grew in the double-digits for the 52nd quarter in a row. Revenue increased 23% year-over-year to $19.3 billion. Operating loss reached $15 million, down from
Have you ever felt like your boss is out to get you? Maybe you’re paranoid. But then again, maybe not. There are a lot of bad bosses out there, leaders who aren’t stupid but lack emotional intelligence.