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How to Avoid Making a Massive Mistake With This Essential Leadership Skill

Even if you think you’re self-aware, you might be falling into the trap of being focused solely on yourself. This can happen to even the savviest leaders among us, but the good news is that we can avoid making a massive mistake with a few simple steps.

Here’s NASA's Secret Weapon, When It Comes To Future-of-Work Multi-Tasking

What’s the best way to help an employee navigate multiple freelance resources? That’s a question we often get when a company begins to source work through one—or sometimes many—on-demand open talent platforms.

From Chaos to Calm: How to Communicate with Your Remote Team

Communicating in a remote team doesn’t have to be chaotic. There’s an art to building habits that enable real work and collaboration.

Bust Your Leadership Blindspot in 3 Steps

All leaders have blindspots. The question is, do you know what yours are? Being able to identify those blindspots will help you in shifting your behavior.

Right-To-Work Laws Are Good For Workers

In an upcoming study in the Journal of Law and Economics, economist Christos Makridis finds that workers report greater life satisfaction after their state becomes a right-to-work state.

One Giant Leap For Womankind: The First All-Female Spacewalk

NASA announced that the first all-female spacewalk would take place—finally—in the early morning hours of October 18, 2019, conducted by astronauts Jessica Meir and Christina Koch.

Self-Managed Teams Result in Lower Pay For Women

Recent research revealed that women in self-managed teams appeared to make 25% less than their male counterparts. The outcome was not a result of their lower productivity levels, but rather the fact that women in such teams appear to be compensated below what they’re worth, and men often more than they’re worth.

Six Keys To Unlock A Successful Corporate Transformation

Leadership teams often find themselves in a vicious cycle of launching a “transformation” every three to five years. All too often after some initial gains, old habits creep back in, the impact is lost, and the transformation is deemed to have failed—resulting in teams losing faith in future efforts.

The Secret Sauce When Choosing a Second Act Career

What's the secret sauce to a satisfying second-act career? Most people assume meaningful work is the key. But according to Rob Cross, Edward A. Madden professor of global leadership at Babson College, research shows that people tend to overestimate the importance of the what when they should be focusing on the who.