• How to Reduce Complexity
    How to Reduce Complexity

    We often make complex things even more difficult by the way we deal with them. Here's how to change that.

  • Emotional Intelligence in Leadership
    Emotional Intelligence in Leadership

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

  • “Pettiness Costs a Lot of Time, Money And Morale.”
    “Pettiness Costs a Lot of Time, Money And Morale.”

    Alex Alonso, chief knowledge officer at SHRM, on the hidden costs of workplace niggles, what disasters can result from borrowing Kleenex tissues from the neighbor’s desk – and how to prevent all that from happening…

  • Rough Landings
    Rough Landings

    What a year and a half of home office has done to our physical co-working skills – and how we’re relearning them.

  • What to Say?
    What to Say?

    A reading list about all kinds of conversations: light, naked, difficult and otherwise. 

  • The Road to the Future Is Paved with 5G
    The Road to the Future Is Paved with 5G

    The technology that drives the Internet of Things powers the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

  • “Structure Begets Flexibility.”
    Cal Newport / Penny Gray Photography
    “Structure Begets Flexibility.”

    We're drowning in emails, text messages, and more and more new collaboration tools. Cal Newport advises organizations to pull the emergency brake now.

  • Make Virtual Training Effective
    Make Virtual Training Effective

    Moving learning online can be a win-win – when done correctly. 

  • I Wrote This but Don’t Actually Understand What I Said
    I Wrote This but Don’t Actually Understand What I Said

    Grasping the complexities and ambiguities of human language is a whole different ballgame.

  • #gettogether: How to Manage a Difficult Meeting/Confrontation
    #gettogether: How to Manage a Difficult Meeting/Confrontation

    In this episode, we welcome getAbstract’s International Book Award 2020 recipient Veronika Hucke to lay out practical tools for using challenging conversations as opportunities for growth.