Emotional intelligence is a skill that you can hone, not a trait that’s set in stone. We are living in an era of emotional intelligence. Since the concept’s inception in the 1990s , it has become a sought-after
It’s exciting to get a job offer, but there’s good reason to hesitate before accepting. Ask these questions first. You polished your résumé, dazzled them in interviews, and landed the job you’ve been You’ve
A new book out today, ‘Diversity, Inc.,’ looks beyond the corporate hype to reveal if there’s been any actual progress toward equality. Diversity has become not only a buzzword, but an industry unto itself.
In a saturated market, you have to do your due diligence. It seems like hiring a coach is becoming the hottest new accessory for high-achieving individuals—whether it be for business, career, or health.
She started to learn how to turn it into an advantage. Even today, 20 years after my childhood diagnosis of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), I am still keenly aware of how my attention
If you’re feeling unfulfilled at work, a mid-career internship can help you change your career track or find a job that’s a better fit. Feeling stuck or unmotivated in your career? You’re not alone, especially
On the Fiverr platform, for every $100 a female makes, males are making $100.04. This is extremely significant given the whopping 20% difference that exists in the corporate world. According to data from
Eve Rodsky was frustrated that she, like many women, was stuck with the lion’s share of chores, caretaking, and emotional labor. So she devised a solution. Eve Rodsky was a harried working mother of two,
I often teach a course on behavior change in the workplace, and when I do, I start by asking people what behavior they want to change. Often people tell me they want to stop procrastinating. While I appreciate
Transitions are a normal part of one’s professional journey. But navigating it with a partner can make the stress even more acute. Frequent transitions have become a common feature of contemporary careers.
Managers need to know if they’re managing people in a way that’s conducive to high performance. Here’s how to design a review system that can actually help your company. Conducting performance reviews
Women continue to face social barriers, even when they get to leadership positions. Imagine that your boss Ethan calls you into his office. He expresses disappointment in your recent performance and lack
GoldieBlox founder Debbie Sterling says she actually found it hardest to manage millennials at the beginning of her career or even identify with them at all. When you picture the people who have a tough
Even with Slack in the picture, conventional email will likely remain a key ingredient of the modern-day workplace. Days before Slack was listed on the NYSE, Slack cofounder and CEO Stewart Butterfield
There’s a lot of progress when it comes to opportunities for blind people. However, negative employer attitudes continue to hold them back. Communities across the world observe White Cane Day on October
Even if we want a diverse workforce, we may be inadvertently discriminating in the hiring process, from writing the job description to onboarding. HR and recruitment experts discuss how to best escape
As a time management coach, I often share these tips with clients who are trying to stay energized and productive during their workday. It’s 2:15 p.m. You’re trying to stay awake at your desk but find
Ask yourself these 3 questions before saying yes to a job in a rocket ship company These days, it seems like everyone is talking about getting on a rocket ship—a fast-growing company that’s ready to blast
Self-improvement advice often assumes that productivity is something that’s in your control. That’s not always the case. For as long as I can remember, I’ve been that person obsessed with all things self-help
Designer Autumn Adeigbo was watching her dreams come true but simultaneously felt exhausted and had a hard time staying positive. Then she forced herself to take time off. This past year was a major year
Von Tobel has teamed up with former U.S. secretary of commerce Penny Pritzker to start Inspired Capital, which could be one of the largest women-led funds. Last fall, Alexa von Tobel was mulling her next