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What Makes a Boss Too Formal?

Answer the following questions quickly without giving them much thought. Do you expect a boss to wear an Armani suit or khaki trousers with jogging shoes? Should she travel to work on a mountain bike or in a limousine? Do you call him “Mr. Director,” or are you more likely to address him as “Sam”? How you respond to these ... Read More »

Management time

Why is it that managers are typically running out of time while their subordinates are typically running out of work? Here we shall explore the meaning of management time as it relates to the interaction between managers and their bosses, their peers, and their subordinates. Read More »

Smart Ways to Engage Your Social Media Fans

As more small businesses take to Facebook to promote themselves, many have seen a decline in the number of fans their posts actually reach. Yet a study by social media marketing company Komfo found that engagement rates are actually increasing. Read More »

Win at Workplace Conflict

No matter how sound or well-intentioned your ideas, there will always be people inside — and outside — your organization who are going to oppose you. Getting things done often means that you’re going to go head to head with people who have competing agendas. In my career studying organizational behavior, I’ve had the privilege of witnessing some incredibly effective ... Read More »

The Next Wave of Talent? The High-Potential Boss

Few people know more about global leadership than Claudio Fernández-Aráoz. The Buenos Aires-based senior adviser at search firm Egon Zehnder is a favorite of CEOs and business schools around the world for his sharp instincts. Read More »

New study makes the link between study abroad and employability

Amidst a backdrop of considerable concerns around youth employment in many parts of the world, a new European Commission study released this month finds that young people who study or train abroad not only gain knowledge in specific disciplines, but also strengthen key skills highly valued by employers. Read More »

6 Surprising Things About Introverts In The Workplace

Do you have the extroverted personality of a natural-born leader? If not, you can still be a successful entrepreneur. In fact, introverts make better listeners and can switch back and forth between introversion and extroversion to outperform their chattier counterparts. Read More »

11 crucial lessons everyone learns from Business Schools

MBA students at top-tier business schools learn the critical accounting, marketing, and management skills required to run a successful business. One of the main ways they learn these skills is through case studies, a teaching method borrowed from the sciences and first applied to corporate analysis by Harvard Business School. Read More »

10 ways to present yourself more professionally

Whether you’re delivering a speech, running a meeting, or interviewing for a job, these tried-and-true tricks can make you come across as confident and professional. So you’re getting ready for that big presentation. Your PowerPoint is perfect, you know your facts, and you’re ready to go. Only thing is… you’re lacking that certain polish to tip the scales in your ... Read More »

How to Win Back Inactive Email Subscribers

What are the best ways to re-engage inactive email subscribers? Take the time to show them you care or offer them a fixed discount, according to a recent report from Return Path. The analysis of 33 win-back campaigns by retailers found that reactivation emails with the words “miss you” and “come back” in their subject lines had higher read rates ... Read More »