The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers provides the first line of defense against dangerous flooding . . .
Daniel Shapiro, founder and director of the Harvard International Negotiation Program, and Martin E. Latz, chairman and CEO of the Latz Negotiation Institute, offer tips to help prepare for and engage in successful negotiations.
Charisma is an alluring, almost magnetic quality that maximises a leader’s influence. However, the results from a series of studies recently published in the Journal of Personal and Social Psychology reveal that too much charisma in a leader is actually a negative trait
Lately, the CEOs of high-profile companies have been falling like dominoes: UBER, General Electric, Buffalo Wild Wings, Whirlpool, Priceline – even Avon and Oreo/Cadbury.
Why are so many CEOs . . .
HGTV's Drew Scott of the Property Brothers and other experts weigh in on the pros and cons of moving into a neighborhood with an HOA.
Meetings are a necessary evil, but sometimes, they seem less necessary and more evil than they have to be. “Meetings should be like salt—a spice sprinkled carefully to enhance a dish,” says Basecamp founder and CEO, Jason Fried. “Too much salt destroys a dish; too many meetings destroy morale and motivation.”
Your home, with all of its nooks and crannies, is a breeding ground for mold, staph germs, yeast and coliform bacteria. We spoke with Dr. Charles Gerba, a microbiologist at the University of Arizona who is better known as “Dr. Germ,” to rank the germiest . . .
Communication is essential for the successful functioning of any organisation, but are some companies taking it to the extreme? A recent survey by Challenger, Gray & Christmas reveals that many managers contact employees after hours—and quite a few expect a timely reply.
Feedback is the key to success on any job, but some comments or responses may be warning signs of potential problems. Sometimes, the issue is a micromanaging boss. In fact, 59% of . . .