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This is not a side issue: it’s time to adopt a more systematic, coherent approach to D&I.
I am fascinated by coding. Seriously, how does it even work? And what is it like to be the person behind the code — a software engineer?
What does it take to become a professional photographer (and maybe even get your photos noticed by Beyoncé)?
Research shows that negativity causes us to shut down, stop communicating, and cease being helpful to others. But thriving—the mental state in which people feel a sense of vitality and learning — blunts negativity’s toxic effects.
Can you make a career out of playing video games? Short answer: Yes.
How can people stay viable and valuable throughout their careers?
Despite the great potential of relocating for work, geographic moves present several possible drawbacks. (2 of 3)
Diversity does not always translate to inclusivity. How to ensure that your efforts are making your employees feel like they belong. (2 of 3)
As workplaces take tentative steps towards a new normal, social psychologist Heidi Grant shares best practices for interacting when some are in the office and some are remote.
Many diversity and inclusion efforts in the workplace fall short of helping employees feel like they belong — and why this matters. (1 of 3)
Six ways to take full advantage of the benefits of relocation. (3 of 3)
Real inclusion means your employees feel included, involved and accepted at work. (3 of 3)
Today, Bitcoin consumes as much energy as a small country. This certainly sounds alarming — but the reality is a little more complicated, says Nic Carter, whose firm invests in public blockchain startups.
In these unprecedented times, corporate leaders’ principles are being put to the test. The best, says former Best Buy CEO Hubert Joly, are rising to the challenge.
2020 was a rough year. And the start of 2021 doesn't feel like it's getting any easier. So how do you stay focused at work?