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These 4 steps will help you resolve conflicts, whether you're a seeker or an avoider.
The countries and industries where subjective well-being is highest.
Avoid these common traps when you join a new organization.
Can AI really help you be more creative? We paired IBM's AI with an expert chef and a kitchen novice to see how humans and machines could work together. Here's what happened.
Based on decades of patenting data.
How to achieve your goals while keeping stress under control.
Get employees to move forward on their own, without being pushed.
You can achieve wins in four domains of life at once–work, family, community, and self—following Friedman’s Total Leadership process. Learn how in this video slide deck. Download a customizable version here.
They vary in deference and decision making.
Overcome the challenges and get everyone working together.
Thomas Lee, MD explains how ideas from Michael Porter and other business thinkers could fix healthcare.
Working-class men got the fewest callbacks.
iRobot cofounder Helen Greiner has moved on to found a drone company. When we visited, she said, "I can't think of an industry that shouldn't be thinking about their drone strategy." Watch now.
None of them involve delivering packages.
The best defense against these traps is awareness.