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October 15th, 2018  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Management: Symptoms of Poor Leadership, Part 1

A web search for “signs you’re a bad leader” or “how to tell if you’re a bad leader” returns many great articles from multiple reputable sites. “You’re a narcissist,” says one. “You’re a micromanager,” says another. “You don’t have empathy,” proclaims a third. They’re good articles, and it’s tough to argue against the validity of any one trait. However, just about any bad leader reading ...

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October 11th, 2018  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Social Media: Twitter Utilities, Part 1

For good or ill, and whether we use it personally or not, Twitter is a part of the daily conversation these days. What was once (and is still for many) a platform for personal engagement has grown past its how-can-I-make-money-from-this and become an avenue for public figures—musicians, actors, athletes, journalists, and yes, elected officials—to communicate directly with the public. Twitter ...

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  October 8th, 2018  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Book Review: It’s Better Than It Looks: Reasons For Optimism In An Age of Fear by Gregg Easterbrook

The problem with a book like Gregg Easterbrook’s It’s Better Than It Looks: Reasons for Optimism in an Age of Fear (PublicAffairs, 2018) is that it’s probably preaching to the choir. The pessimist seldom looks to be convinced to change his or her outlook; rather, the pessimist typically seeks evidence to support pessimism. One supposes there may be a considerable chunk of the population ...

Book Review: It’s Better Than It Looks: Reasons For Optimism In An Age of Fear by Gregg Easterbrook »
October 4th, 2018  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

The Internet of Things: Ubiquity Is Just Around The Corner

A new report by Adobe finds that one third of American households owns an Amazon Echo, an Apple Homepod, or a Google Home device. By the end of the holiday season, the number will approach one half. Two holiday seasons ago, we marveled at the sudden blitz of marketing for the Echo and the buzz it generated. “What in the world is that?” seemed to be the common sentiment, but now everyone ...

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  October 1st, 2018  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Technology Trends: “Intelligent” (not smart!) Kitchen Devices

In our many discussions about the oncoming wave of new appliances, we have largely focused on smart technology—wifi-enabled appliances that connect to a central command hub, sometimes working in with other smart home devices to keep an eye on temperature, inventory, timing, or other features in an operating home kitchen. There is, however, another category of kitchen appliances armed with ...

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September 27th, 2018  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Professional Networking: Networking At Conferences

When your company sends you to a conference, you’re there as a representative of your company as well as a vessel for receiving new information or skills. Some amount of networking is built into the general vibe of a conference: nametags, continental stand-up breakfasts, and dedicated networking time all facilitate a certain amount of getting to know others. Some of us have no problems making ...

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  September 24th, 2018  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Work-Life Balance: After-Work Drinking, Safely

In order to maintain work-life balance, many people separate completely their work lives from the rest of their lives, and there’s a reasonable case to be made for this approach. Still, work is part of our whole, just as health, family, and love are part of our whole, and for many of us, healthy relationships with our colleagues contribute to a whole satisfaction. For this reason, after-work ...

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September 20th, 2018  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Book Review: Wisdom At Work: The Making of A Modern Elder by Chip Conley

I GROW OLD I GROW OLD… “We workers of a certain age are in fact less like a carton of spoiled milk and more like a bottle of fine wine of an especially valuable vintage,” writes Chip Conley, who turned 57 while writing his latest book. We reviewed his book Emotional Equations: Simple Truths for Creating Happiness + Success two years ago. While we found some of the self-helpisms mildly annoying ...

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  September 17th, 2018  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Team-Building: Recognizing and Dealing With “Diversity Fatigue,” Part 1

The best of us actually look forward to another session of diversity training, but many of us, no matter our opinions on diversity in the workplace, bite our tongues, sigh, and perhaps roll our eyes. It’s not that we don’t value diversity; nor do we think we know everything we need to know about it. Rather, these sessions tend to repeat themselves, pounding into us what we already know in a manner ...

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September 13th, 2018  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Up In The Cloud: Keeping An Eye on All Your Cloud Drives

“Did I leave that in my OneDrive, my Box, my Amazon drive, or my Google Drive?” If you’re the sort to take advantage of free cloud space wherever you can get it, chances are you’ve asked yourself this question at least once in recent memory. For people like you (that is, people like us!), a convenient way to look at all your drives on one screen is almost a necessity, so we took a few for a test drive.

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  September 10th, 2018  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Corporate Responsibility: CSR Degrees & Certifications, Part 1

As formal efforts in corporate social responsibility become more the standard than the exception, one would expect universities to see potential in CSR as a field of study. A degree or certification in CSR would signal to serious employers that a candidate isn’t thinking of CSR awareness and implementation as job skills, but a career in itself. It’s true that in many businesses, CSR is a task, something ...

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September 6th, 2018  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Management: Working with Slow Learners

The world is an unfriendly place to people who learn slowly; the office doubly so. In the get-stuff-done hustle and bustle of the workplace, where survival often goes to the fittest, it can be easy for a slow learner to be lost in the shuffle, an afterthought despite above-adequate intelligence, insight, and multiple other assets. To be clear, slow learning does not mean incompetence, and it is not a trait ...

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  September 3rd, 2018  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Mobile App Review: To-Do Lists (Grocery List Style)

Before there were smartphones, there were personal digital assistants, whose primary function, in addition to super-low-res photos of lunch, was keeping us organized and productive wherever we happened to be. Built-in to-do list functionality got more and more elaborate, and when the smartphone came along, it was a natural draw for get-it-done types who were already used to carrying these ...

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August 30th, 2018  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Social Media: Teens & Social Media, Part 1

“Searching” opens this weekend and it’s sure to have people talking about teens and social media. John Cho stars in the suspense thriller as a father whose daughter disappears while supposedly at a friend’s house for a study session. Told entirely through smartphone and computer screens, the story follows Cho’s character as he slowly uncovers evidence through social media platforms that he ...

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  August 27th, 2018  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Book Review: How We Learn: The Surprising Truth about When, Where, and Why It Happens by Benedict Carey

We’ve all been there: we crammed the material and regurgitated it on demand when we needed it for a presentation, a certification exam, or some other high-stakes setting where specific knowledge was called for. Yet within a few days we could remember almost none of it. Sure, we jumped through the flaming hoop and earned our cred, but did we learn the material? Of course we didn’t. Despite ...

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