5 Faulty Management Ideas That Many Leaders Have

Statistics show that a whopping 70% of employees are disengaged from their jobs. And to make matters worse, most leaders don't know what to do about it. The reason for…

How Your Organization can Attract the Best Talent

Any organization is only as good and as efficient as the people working for it. As a leader, one of your responsibilities is to find and attract the best talent…

What Prevents Us From Listening in a Conversation?

The key to any successful conversation is the reciprocal exchange between speaking and listening. Each of these two elements influences each other throughout a discussion, allowing us to connect with…

Involve Your Audience for Maximum Persuasion

One of the key abilities that every successful leader needs to possess is persuasion. When it comes to their organization, for instance, leaders need to be able to persuade their…

How Can Women Master Confidence in the Workplace?

We all know the supreme role confidence plays in business. It's also fairly common knowledge that courage is a trait that's generally nurtured in young boys and sometimes stifled in…

Why Storytelling Will Improve Your Business Communications

It's relatively common knowledge that PowerPoint presentations are boring. But why? Humanity is hardwired to look at the world through stories. Storytelling, either done by ourselves or others, is how…

How Cognitive Dissonance Helps With Your Persuasion Skills

What is the connection between cognitive dissonance and leadership? Well, in a business environment, leaders need to do everything in their power to gain a competitive edge for their company.…

Getting the Work Done in a Diverse Workplace

Today's diverse workplace usually defines in terms of either gender or race. When it comes to describing it in generations, very few organizations do so. Nevertheless, four distinct generations make…

Feedback and Learning in Today’s Diverse Workplace

Feedback and learning play a crucial role in today's ever-changing business environment. Nevertheless, promoting them within an organization may prove more difficult than previously anticipated. The reason is the US…

What Defines the Four Working Generations of Today?

Every hundred years there are four successive generations with people having children at around 25 years of age, or so. Eliminate the formative and retirement years from that, and you…