“Experience Tells People What You Did. Your Character Tells People Where You’re Going.”
Talent is the foundation of every successful business. In US Special Operations, having the right people on your team can often mean the difference between life and death. In The Talent War, co-authors Mike Sarraille and George Randle explain what US Special Operations can teach businesses about talent acquisition.
“An Opportunity for Our Staff to Share Their Skills”
St. Andrew’s Hospice emphasizes its learning culture through Learning At Work Week. Lisa Tillison, Learning and Development Lead at the charity, explains why.
“You Have to Reach People Emotionally”
York von Heimburg has been working on the topic of virtual team leadership for many years. He knows what’s essential – and what mistakes to avoid.
“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.
“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”.
“If a Diversity Expert Can Fail So Epically, Anyone Can.”
Tiffany Jana and Michael Baran on subtle acts of exclusion, how to recognize them, how to avoid them and how to deal with them proactively – on both sides of a conversation.
The World Post-Pandemic? It’s Not Going To Be What You Expect.
The “New Normal” has turned into the buzzword du jour. But is the world really going to settle into a new routine following the disruptions of the COVID-19 pandemic? Author and executive coach Paolo Gallo doesn’t think so.
“That Normal Does Not Exist Anymore.”
As the world strategizes on what the “New Normal” should look like, Vlatka Hlupic argues that humane, social-minded companies will survive in the post-pandemic world. How can we become part of a company that is a force for good?
“People Who Don’t Feel Respected Will Not Want to Show Up Every Day and Contribute to Your Organization.”
A millennial herself, Crystal Kadakia provides globally relevant insight into her generation in her book, The Millennial Myth. Here, she shares some of her thoughts on how to attract millennial talent.
“I’m Resurrecting Thinking”
In his book Open to Think, Dan Pontefract offers strategies for cutting through the clutter, thinking more clearly and making better decisions. His prescription: be more deliberate with your time.
“Public Attention Is Not Awarded Rationally. It Has To Be Carried by a Story”
In his new book, economist and Nobel laureate Robert Shiller argues that he and his fellow dismal scientists need to look beyond the usual data point: Stories are what really drive decisions to spend, save…
Economist and bestselling author Richard Baldwin believes that many business leaders and politicians continue to grossly underestimate the impact of digital change. Here, he explains how to position yourself correctly in competition with “Globots.”