Rolf Siggaard

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Changing the Change Rules at Google

At Google, change is constant. But how we managed and messaged change wasn’t always working. So we developed a simple framework to rethink reorgs and …

Management

Seven Landscape Photography Tips I Wish I Knew in the Beginning

When I started landscape photography many years ago I thought my images were great, but looking back at them now I can easily see the many errors I …

Landscape Photography

5 Lessons Most People Learn Way Too Late in Life

It's best to learn these lessons while you're still young.<p><i>"What are the lessons people most often learn too late in life?" originally appeared on Quora--the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world.</i><p><b>Answer by Alyssa Satara, co-founder</b> …

Happiness

How to Run Your First Marathon After 50

If you haven’t run a marathon by your 50th birthday, you may think that opportunity has passed. Think again. “While aging may make it harder to recover from extreme exertion, that doesn’t mean that, with the right training, you can’t tackle the distance for the first time after 50,” says Jay …

Marathons

Why People Really Quit Their Jobs

People don’t quit a job, the saying goes — they quit a boss. We’ve heard it so many times that when we started tracking why employees leave Facebook, all bets were on managers. But our engagement survey results told a different story: When we wanted to keep people and they left anyway, it wasn’t …

Employment

What does running do to your brain?

Research from Sweden shows how running can defuse at least one important biological stress pathway<p>It may seem obvious – as you push on through a long run, veering wildly between sensations of agony and elation – that running can have a huge effect on your state of mind. It is an intuitive idea that …

The Brain

Why Your Inner Circle Should Stay Small, and How to Shrink It

When it comes to networks, the bigger the better, right? Not necessarily. Carefully curate your most trusted, inner circle and you’ll be surprised at how much more valuable you’ll become to the larger community of people in the world who care about the same things you do.<p>We live in a time when …

Business Development

Free and Beautifully-Designed Resume Templates

You're reading Free and Beautifully-Designed Resume Templates, originally posted on Designmodo. If you've enjoyed this post, be sure to follow on …

Graphic Design

The world is full of bulls**t jobs and you might have one, according to this anthropologist

When anthropologist David Graeber set out to write his provocatively titled book <i>Bullshit Jobs: A Theory</i>, he invited the internet to share stories of …

21 Awesome YouTube Channels Photographers Love

Today's photographers have an incredible wealth of free photography resources that help us all become better behind the lens.From eBooks and …

MOMENT IN TIME

With the overload of imagery we experience in today’s culture and with everything around us constantly documented, it’s not surprising that we can …

This is why successful people are unhappy in middle age — and what to do about it

Writing a book about age and happiness brought many surprises, but none surpasses this: High-achieving professionals seem especially vulnerable to …

Happiness

Jeff Bezos Knows How to Run a Meeting. Here's How He Does It

When it comes to getting more out of business meetings, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos may have cracked the code.<p>Bad meetings: We've all experienced them. Whether it's poor planning, too much talking, or lack of preparation, bad meetings waste precious time and money.<p>But Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos …

Team Building

The resume of the future will tell employers who you are, and not just what you’ve done

Resumes are a poor proxy for a human being.<p>Whether on paper or LinkedIn, they may tell an employer about a job seeker’s experience and credentials, but they’re frustratingly silent about almost everything else. They have virtually nothing to say about a candidate’s personality, or their character, …

Employment

Rescue on the Killer Mountain

It was already late—just one hour before sunset on January 25, 2018—and they had yet to reach the summit. The shadows of the high Himalayan peaks were growing longer every second, covering the surrounding valleys with a dark veil and turning the air so cold that every breath became painful. …

Stop Ending Your Speeches With 'Any Questions' and End With This Instead

Don't let your audience decide how you're going to end your presentation<p>You have a big presentation to make to your client, your funders, or your boss. You've spent hours developing a deck that's concise, crisp, and visually stunning. You've practiced the delivery so that you speak with clarity, …

Public Speaking

Is it time to ban Western travellers - and their egos - from Mount Everest?

Spring in the Himalayas brings with it the start of the brief Everest climbing season – and for the next six to eight weeks, a thousand or so foreigners will descend on Nepal in a bid to scale the highest mountain on the planet. The weary climbers who make it to the top will join an exclusive club …

What Best Motivates You at Work? When 200,000 Employees Were Asked, This was Their No. 1 Response

Hint: It's not about the money, money, money.<p>When you're motivated, you feel energized. You're ready to take things on, get things done, push things forward. Projects get moved along; emails get answered; you move along with pep in your step.<p>When you're unmotivated, it's hard to get started. You …

Employee Engagement

The Leica Story – Luminous Landscape published a series of video interviews with Leica executives

Luminous Landscape published a series of exclusive video interviews with Leica executives on different topics - a must watch for every Leica fan. …

3 Highly Effective Exercises for Creative Photography

The most difficult aspect about photography is how to achieve unique images with your own individualized style. As a beginner, it may be necessary to …

Landscape Photography

What is Low-Key Monochrome Photography?

With all the amazing new cameras and lenses creating outstanding color, most of us are flooded with saturated images all over social media. But, a …

Google Wanted to Know What Makes a Manager Great, So It Conducted a Study. Here Are the Results

Good leaders avoid micromanaging.<p>20 years ago, you probably would've laughed if someone said your life would one day be irrevocably changed by a company called Google. <i>What's a google</i>?<p>But, as you know, Google's become the largest entity in one of the biggest tech companies in the world. And it's …

Leadership

Michael Kenna: Japan Landscapes (2003-04)

Michael Kenna’s serene black-and-white landscapes “hold a mirror to each viewer’s soul and conscience,” writes Ruth Bernhard of the Lancashire-born …

15 Best Film Cameras

I’ve already been told by two other photographers that my 15 Best Film Cameras list is weird and stupid, and that all the other “best” lists have …

The New Rules of Talent Management

Working in small, cross-functional units, squads can resolve issues quickly.<p>Agile isn’t just for tech anymore. It’s been working its way into other areas and functions, from product development to manufacturing to marketing—and now it’s transforming how organizations hire, develop, and manage their …

Amazing 10 Most Incredible Hiking Trails Will Blow Your Mind : Trends

TOUR DU MONT BLANC IN FRANCE, ITALY, AND SWITZERLAND<p><b>Hiker</b>: Topher Gaylord, ultrarunner, Under Armour SVP/GM Outdoor Group<p><b>In His Words:</b> Circling Mont …

The verdict is in on whether standing desks help you lose weight

Are standing desks really doing us any good?<p>That question has divided workplaces since sitting started going out of fashion about five years ago. Our …

Fitness

Forget the Traditional Employee Survey. This Is the Feedback You Need

Asking the right questions at the right time and taking the right follow-up actions are organizational imperatives.<p>It's no secret that employee feedback surveys are important. They provide insights into what's going on with your workforce. But as with any form of data, if you're not asking the …

Employee Engagement

How General Electric became a general disappointment

Turbines built by GE create a third of the world's electricity. But with a $9.8 billion loss and the looming risk of being dropped from the Dow, GE …