• “Your Level of Social Connection Affects Your Longevity”
    Michael Lee Stallard
    “Your Level of Social Connection Affects Your Longevity”

    Business author Michael Lee Stallard on how to maintain connections in our private and professional lives – and why the pandemic could improve our working relationships enormously in the long term.

  • Grief – An Often Negated Feeling
    Grief – An Often Negated Feeling

    How to mourn properly, and how to deal with mourners properly.

  • “Make Sure You Have 35 Years of Experience. And Not One Experience Repeated 35 Times.”
    Ken Allen, CEO of DHL
    “Make Sure You Have 35 Years of Experience. And Not One Experience Repeated 35 Times.”

    Ken Allen, CEO at DHL, explains what executives will need tomorrow to be able to "deliver".

  • Do You Miss the Office?
    Do You Miss the Office?

    The bad news: Work won’t be the same once the pandemic recedes. The good news: Josh Bersin's The Big Reset Playbook (and a new online "Office Noise Generator") might help you to adapt and transform.

  • How to Make Remote Selling Work
    How to Make Remote Selling Work

    It is not exactly easy these days to provide customer care and to acquire new customers for companies – but it’s not impossible. Here’s how to do it.

  • How to Deal with Political Discussions in the Workplace
    How to Deal with Political Discussions in the Workplace

    In functional democracies, political discussions among citizens are a regular part of interpersonal exchange. That this causes problems in the workplace is a topic as old as democracy itself. But how about solutions?

  • No One Is Safe
    No One Is Safe

    Cybercriminals are keeping pace with the major transformation steps that many companies have taken in recent months. Here is what you need to know.

  • “In Times of Confusion, It’s Crucial That the Message Gets Through.”
    Abhijit V. Banerjee & Esther Duflo / Photo by Bryce Vickmark/MIT/UPI/laif
    “In Times of Confusion, It’s Crucial That the Message Gets Through.”

    Nobel Laureates Esther Duflo and Abhijit V. Banerjee on the surprisingly commonsensical nature of economics, and how COVID-19 will affect the global fight against poverty and the quality of economic policy.

  • “Hello, How Are You?”
    You would be surprised how many employees know the difference between an artificial and a real smile. Even if you move the corners of your mouth remotely.
    “Hello, How Are You?”

    In times when the whole world is wondering how best to get through the current crisis, small things make the difference. For example, taking an honest interest in your employees.

  • “Do Not Pass Go and Do Not Collect $200!”
    Photo: Julian Hochgesang on Pexels
    “Do Not Pass Go and Do Not Collect $200!”

    What you can learn about economic policy from the book that inspired the most successful board game ever.