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Amy Gallo loves a good fight. A Q&A with the woman who wrote the book on conflict. Article

Amy Gallo loves a good fight. A Q&A with the woman who wrote the book on conflict.

Amy Gallo loves conflict. So much so that she believes a manager has a duty to…

You can be an Ugly American, even in America Article

You can be an Ugly American, even in America

While many of us try and fight the Ugly American stereotype abroad, we have no problem…

Who thought being authentic would be this hard? Article

Who thought being authentic would be this hard?

The professional world is inundated with trite sayings and fads—from “value-add” and “ideation” jargon (say, what?)…

“V” in the moment of change: Q&A with diversity and inclusion expert Vernā Myers Article

“V” in the moment of change: Q&A with diversity and inclusion expert Vernā Myers

Everyone's a little bit racist. And the sooner we all figure that out, the sooner we…

Selfish or selective? 6 ways Millennials are changing charitable giving. Article

Selfish or selective? 6 ways Millennials are changing charitable giving.

Many people think of Millennials as self-centered, selfie-snapping, uber-texting, uber-riding, narcissists. Even some Millennials share this…

Stop saying “If I were you…” and other advice on giving advice Article

Stop saying “If I were you…” and other advice on giving advice

Giving advice is a requirement for most jobs, but many of us are ill-equipped to do…

Working moms need a new F-word: flexibility Article

Working moms need a new F-word: flexibility

No matter the advancements we make in technology, workplace policies, and legislation, it can still be…

Think you have diversity covered? Think again. Diversity is more than skin deep. Article

Think you have diversity covered? Think again. Diversity is more than skin deep.

Many companies think they are making diversity strides. But diversity is more than skin deep. Look…

Hustle, hustle, hustle to joy and a better life Article

Hustle, hustle, hustle to joy and a better life

The word hustle is frequently misunderstood, and often considered a negative trait. We look at how…

On a mission to find your mission? It doesn’t have to be that hard. Article

On a mission to find your mission? It doesn’t have to be that hard.

At some point in our career and life, we question what we are doing. For most,…

With eyes wide open, Generation Z looks to serve, share, and impact Article

With eyes wide open, Generation Z looks to serve, share, and impact

As with every generation, Generation Z has unique qualities. But how is this new generation looking…

Work to give, give to work Article

Work to give, give to work

Workplace volunteering is a great way to get more employees involved, without them having to prioritize…

Only joking: how online humor brings us together Article

Only joking: how online humor brings us together

Online humor is an organic and authentic way of diffusing difficult situations. Learn how online humor…

Best friend, furry friend: the changing dynamics of pets and people Article

Best friend, furry friend: the changing dynamics of pets and people

The relationship between pets and people is changing. Learn how cultural norms and societal swings are…

“Alexa, what is hygge?” Article

“Alexa, what is hygge?”

Can a home that's "smart" also be hygge? With our modern-day need for technologically advanced everything,…

When empathy backfires Article

When empathy backfires

Empathy is a great thing, but too much empathy or misdirected empathy is not. Bad empathy…

No boys allowed: why we still need women only spaces Article

No boys allowed: why we still need women only spaces

Spaces designed for women only are popping up everywhere—from gyms to office spaces. But why? Why…

Tell your story with less confabulation and more vulnerability Article

Tell your story with less confabulation and more vulnerability

Few words are as scary as vulnerability, especially in the workplace. Vulnerability implies a willingness (and…

Improv comedy can improve your career. Yes and…your relationships, too. Article

Improv comedy can improve your career. Yes and…your relationships, too.

Devoting time each week to ‘playing around’ may be one of the best ways to jumpstart…