A new film exploring GenZers across the globe, “The Future is Fluid,” premiered at Sundance recently, and it has many thinking what is in store for all of us working with this generation of workers, post-Millennials, born after 1995. Turns out they want more and less at the same time.
You never know where or when your next collaboration may appear. If you are traveling for work, or even if you are in your home city attending a conference or a large event, being ready to talk about the work you do and opportunities you are looking for may result in options that did
Issue 82 — January 27, 2019 The man in airline club sat down across table from me and spread out his computer and various other electronics all across the width of the three chairs on that side of the table. I was working away on my computer using only the space intended by the chair
Earlier in my career as a feature writer and columnist on a daily newspaper, the editor-in-chief made a habit of handwriting notes to one or two staff members each day for stories that he thought were exceptional. Hand-delivered into your mailbox for everyone to see, these brief notes
Her career move from the heavens to human-centric workplace cultures makes perfect sense when you talk to Deborah Westphal, CEO of Toffler Associates. Before joining Toffler in 1999 and moving up to CEO in 2007, Westphal worked for the U.S. Air Force from 1987 to 1999 as a technical e
“You would really be helping me out.” For many women in business, it seems we are always doing small and large favors for colleagues, clients, peers, bosses, administrators, staff and support teams. Under pressure, we may call on colleagues to help us out. It is all behind the scenes
“How are you?” “Busy.” No matter how many times I ask that question to many different women orbiting various galaxies of my life, the answer is almost always— with rare exception—that four-letter, empty word I have come to loathe: Busy. We give the methodical, habitual response
Most of us have likely fantasized about what we would say to a manager, boss or supervisor when we announce we are leaving a job. Whether you are moving for a better opportunity, relocating or just fed up, you have to plan your exit strategy wisely so it doesn’t come back to haunt you
Success does not grant immunity from mental health concerns. The recent suicides of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain remind everyone that celebrity, achievement and accolades professionally do not erase or reduce the need to address mental health. Approximately one in five adults in th
Issue 53 — June 9, 2018 I’ve been toting my Kate Spade bag since her untimely death by suicide this week. I can’t tell you why it touched me so deeply but I can’t stop thinking about how she brought so much light, color, and beauty to the world but apparently didn’t always receive it
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