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September 18th, 2017  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Book Review: Finish: Give Yourself The Gift of Done by Jon Acuff

Two years and one day ago, we reviewed in this space a book by Jon Acuff called Do Over: Rescue Monday, Reinvent Your Work, and Never Get Stuck. A treatise on starting over with the accumulated job-skill resources we’ve earned the hard way, through experience and ambition, we recommended Acuff’s book mostly because it was a good read. We liked how quick he was with a funny ...

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September 14th, 2017  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Team-Building: Dealing With Cliques

People gravitate toward each other for many different reasons, but in the office, the reasons don’t matter as much as the gravitation. When we enjoy the people they work with, we can put up with almost anything on the job, and this is a powerful tool in anyone’s toolbox. Although the word “clique” comes loaded with negative connotations and memories of hazardous high-school hallways ...

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  September 11th, 2017  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Work-Life Balance: The Art of The Staycation

It’s an unfortunate fact that travel is expensive. We all dream of taking our three weeks of hard-earned vacation and whisking our families to those bucket-list places featured on the the Travel Channel, but they’re bucket-list items for a reason. Not everyone can just get on a plane and go. Yet if there’s one positive thing the FOMO-soaked social media vibe has communicated in recent ...

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September 14th, 2017  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Team-Building: Dealing With Cliques

People gravitate toward each other for many different reasons, but in the office, the reasons don’t matter as much as the gravitation. When we enjoy the people they work with, we can put up with almost anything on the job, and this is a powerful tool in anyone’s toolbox. Although the word “clique” comes loaded with negative connotations and memories of hazardous high-school hallways ...

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  September 11th, 2017  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Work-Life Balance: The Art of The Staycation

It’s an unfortunate fact that travel is expensive. We all dream of taking our three weeks of hard-earned vacation and whisking our families to those bucket-list places featured on the the Travel Channel, but they’re bucket-list items for a reason. Not everyone can just get on a plane and go. Yet if there’s one positive thing the FOMO-soaked social media vibe has communicated in recent ...

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September 7th, 2017  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Mobile App Review: Camera Apps, Part 1 (iOS Apps)

Besides the cell phone itself, the greatest innovation in consumer electronics in the past fifty years has got to be the cell phone camera. And if you’re not willing to give it that, it’s tough to argue against it being one of the most successful out-of-left-field ideas. Conceptually, the cell phone camera is a bizarre, non-sequitur clashing of concepts we take for granted every day, but it has ...

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  September 4th, 2017  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

The Internet of Things: The IoT on College Campuses

Most of the Internet of Things talk centers around two recurring themes: what we could be doing with smart devices someday, and how serious the security considerations are. While it’s true that the promise of a seemingly all-connected future and the dangers that come with it are the most exciting and most daunting topics in this field, at least judging by media coverage, it’s easy ...

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August 31st, 2017  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Professional Networking: Schmoozing for True Beginners, Part 1: The Handshake

It’s become surprisingly plain lately that even in the most professional of settings with the most experienced people, many of us need to take a step back and evaluate what we know about schmoozing in business and networking contexts. Whether the reason is ever-shifting expectations and practices, or the recent and ongoing influx of a Millennial generation not paying deference ...

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  August 28th 2017  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Work-Life Balance: Finding Balance As A Caregiver

Most of the conversation about work-life balance involves managing the demands of a career while also managing the needs of families, usually as those needs relate to children, personal time, and family togetherness. But an increasing number of professionals (as high as 29% by some estimates) is also tending to the needs of elderly parents. This number is expected to ...

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August 23rd, 2017  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Book Review: Irresistible: The Rise of Addictive Technology & The Business of Keeping Us Hooked by Adam Alter

Adam Alter’s Irresistible: The Rise of Addictive Technology and the Business of Keeping Us Hooked (Penguin, 2017) is a seductive read. The pre-release buzz was enormous, the testimonies impressive, and the back-cover blurbs intriguing. Upon its publication, it was immediately labeled an Amazon “best of March,” customer reviews averaged 4.4 out of 5 stars, and it seemed ...

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  August 21st, 2017  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Technology Trends: Shopping on Facebook & Instagram

Food delivery via mobile app has taken off in the past couple of years, where services receive users’ orders for a variety of non-delivering restaurants, then pick up and deliver the meals. Mostly limited to big cities, the apps have proven popular with professionals working late, young adults living alone, and Millennials of all stripes. Now hungry smartphone users won’t ...

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August 17th, 2017  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Corporate Responsibility: Helping Breastfeeding Moms In The Workplace

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is not merely about reaching out. Sometimes it’s about reaching in. The oft-cited Three Ps of CSR are people, planet, and profit, and those people are all stakeholders, including employees. As companies seek to be better employers, they expand the old do-your-job-here’s-your-check relationship, seeking to improve the lives of their team ...

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  August 14th, 2017  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Tips For The Traveling Executive: Dealing With Alcohol on Business Trips

An estimated 1 in 4 people participate in binge-drinking when traveling for business. This means at least five drinks in two hours for men, or four drinks in two hours for women. The number is probably not surprising, given the combination of unbooked free time in the evenings (a rarity for many people with families), increased interaction in a business culture that ...

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