• Daniel H. Pink
    This 10 min. read saves you up to 82 hours
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    Daniel H. Pink

    On the discrepancies between what science knows and what organizations do.

  • Margaret Heffernan
    This 7 min. read saves you up to 24 hours
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    Margaret Heffernan

    Remembering the essential human during digital transformation.

  • Susan Cain
    This 7 min. read saves you up to 9 hours
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    Susan Cain

    On the hidden powers of introverts.

  • Brené Brown
    This 7 min. read saves you up to 23 hours
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    Brené Brown

    On vulnerability, psychological safety and other leadership skills.

  • Interview Highlights 2021
    This 5 min. read saves you up to 60 hours
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    Interview Highlights 2021

    The Journal team shares personal recommendations.

  • “Stress Is Not the Enemy”
    This 7 min. read saves you up to 13 hours
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    “Stress Is Not the Enemy”

    Stress is omnipresent – but it does not need to overpower you. Health and performance educator Richard Sutton shares science-backed strategies to build resilience and thrive in a tumultuous world.

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

    Nicolai Chen Nielsen and Nicolai Tillisch explain how to make ambition work for you.

  • “The Prosecutor’s Role Has Been Minimized.”
    This 28 min. read saves you up to 12 hours
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    “The Prosecutor’s Role Has Been Minimized.”

    In Corporate Crime and Punishment, John C. Coffee, Jr. offers a thrilling glimpse into the cat-and-mouse game between big corporations and the prosecutors trying to hold them accountable for criminal behavior.

  • Lessons from the “Einstein of Management”
    Peter Drucker, photo by Jeff McNeill (Wikimedia Commons)
    This 8 min. read saves you up to 49 hours
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    Lessons from the “Einstein of Management”

    How Peter F. Drucker revolutionized the making of leaders.

  • “Good Requires Motivation, Great Requires Obsession.”
    This 21 min. read saves you up to 15 hours
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    “Good Requires Motivation, Great Requires Obsession.”

    Robert Bruce Shaw, author of All In, talks about the obsessions of some of the world’s most successful leaders, and the companies they built from those obsessions.