• How to Set the Parameters for Inclusion
    How to Set the Parameters for Inclusion

    You can spend a lifetime trying to change individual mind-sets. When it comes to promoting inclusion, top-down approaches can win the day.

  • “Well-Being Doesn’t Just Mean Switching Off. It Is About How You Burn Your Light.”
    “Well-Being Doesn’t Just Mean Switching Off. It Is About How You Burn Your Light.”

    Ambition is natural to humans. But it will only lead to fulfillment if you balance it with pursuing personal growth and well-being. Authors Nicolai Chen Nielsen and Nicolai Tillisch explain how to make ambition work…

  • “You Must Make It Clear That You Really Want People’s Ideas.”
    “You Must Make It Clear That You Really Want People’s Ideas.”

    Leadership consultants Karin Hurt and David Dye explain what it takes to create a culture in which people speak up and know their leaders hear and value their ideas. 

  • How to Structure Your Day
    How to Structure Your Day

    Assigning time slots for the things that matter is the best way to keep your life in balance and your career moving.

  • How to Move Out of Stress-Paralysis
    How to Move Out of Stress-Paralysis

    In moments of acute stress, the brain engages a fight or flight response. Learn how to snap out of it.

  • Emotional Intelligence in Leadership
    Emotional Intelligence in Leadership

    Convey calm amidst disruption, foster inclusiveness and bring out the best in people.

  • Wisdom Lies in the Details
    Wisdom Lies in the Details

    This month celebrates the 150th anniversary of famed French novelist Marcel Proust’s birth. Proust’s capacity to connect us with the meaning-making riches of life gives his writings enduring relevance.

  • Hands-on Advice
    Hands-on Advice

    A list of some of getAbstract's most actionable summaries for tackling a specific challenge.

  • Reading Boosts Your Performance. Seriously.
    Reading Boosts Your Performance. Seriously.

    The benefits of reading go beyond mere knowledge acquisition.

  • People Will Only Leave Their Comfort Zone from a Safe Place
    People Will Only Leave Their Comfort Zone from a Safe Place

    You don’t want your team to “play it safe.” You want people to feel safe to play – as in pitching their ideas, performing to their potential and challenging the status quo.