My poor daughter. She’s happy and healthy, and has loving parents and a stable home. But, she also has a dad who scours scholarly articles to find the modern consensus on best practices in raising kids.
When burnout comes for you, it’s not subtle. It casts an inexplicable darkness on the most mundane things: driving in traffic, showing up to work on time, filing an expense report. It feels like a weight
According to data from the Chief Learning Officer Business Intelligence Board, nearly 95% of learning organizations either plan to increase or maintain their current investment in leadership development.
Nolan Gasser, musician and musicologist, knows why you can't quit 80s music. When I was a kid, there didn’t seem to be a rhyme and reason to what music I loved — my tastes spanned from art rock, to show
PM to pledge new materials and guidance for schools as part of prevention initiative Theresa May is to announce that all teachers in England and Wales will be trained to spot the early signs of mental
In 1998, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the drug modafinil as a treatment for narcolepsy, a condition in which the brain has trouble regulating its sleep-wake cycle that results in sudden
No one wants to think they're being unfairly biased. Especially when it comes to what we can see right in front of us. But psychologist Julia Shaw, author of Evil: The Science Behind Humanity's Dark Side,
Overcoming procrastination isn't so much about completing tasks. In reality, it's about something much more personal. What project are you putting off right now? Is there an important task you could be
One of the greatest shortfalls a leader can exhibit is being out of touch. If you're not tuned in to what's going on in your business, the industry, competitors, or with your people, you won't last long.
Want to Be a Great Manager? Research Says Do This, and Your People Will Be 3 Times as Likely to Be Engaged
In the year 2000, Gallup first started reporting on engagement in the workplace in the United States. Since then, it has repeatedly found that fewer than 33 percent of workers are engaged in their jobs.