• The Top Skill Remote Workers Need
    The Top Skill Remote Workers Need

    In a remote work environment, one skill becomes particularly important: Writing.

  • “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 of DHL, explains what executives will need tomorrow to be able to "deliver".

  • 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.

  • Language Barriers
    Language Barriers

    The maintenance of our greatest cultural achievement requires constant work on our skills. You have to decide which one it’s going to be: “Ick bin ein Berliner,” or rather, “Senk you for travelling viz Deutsche…

  • 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.

  • “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.

  • “Is Talent Overrated?”
    “Is Talent Overrated?”

    Do you attribute high performance to genes or deliberate practice? It’s an age-old debate – but recent studies favor the latter.

  • “What Can I Do Proactively To Keep My Skills Up To Date?”
    “What Can I Do Proactively To Keep My Skills Up To Date?”

    You know that constant upskilling and reskilling are a must if you want to remain in the workforce long-term. But what are your options for future-proofing your skill set?

  • Think Like a Rower, and Other Life Lessons from Sports
    Think Like a Rower, and Other Life Lessons from Sports

    Organizations increasingly recognize lifelong learning as an economic imperative. But work-relevant learning does not stop at the end of the workday.

  • “How Do I Innovate Out of Chaos?”
    “How Do I Innovate Out of Chaos?”

    Some of the most successful companies in the United States started up during recessions, including Burger King, Disney and Fortune magazine. Is this the turning point for smaller but daring companies to make their mark?