Relationships

Susan Cain New Book Explores the Question: What Is Sadness Good For?

Susan Cain’s New Book Explores the Question: What Is Sadness Good For?

By Susan Cain / June 30, 2022 /

The real reason for his emotions—for all our emotions—is to connect us. And Sadness, of all the emotions, was the ultimate bonding agent.

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All Successful Leaders Have This Type of Intelligence in Common, According to Psychologist Adam Bandelli

All Successful Leaders Have This Type of Intelligence in Common, According to Psychologist Adam Bandelli

By Rae Fitzgerald / June 24, 2022 /

Developing strong interpersonal bonds—rather than embracing rugged individualism—helps leaders achieve positive outcomes.

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My Way: Emma Grede on Inclusive Cultures, Handling Negativity and Leaving a Legacy That Matters

By Emma Grede / June 23, 2022 /

I am and have always been wholeheartedly committed to fostering a diverse and authentically inclusive organizational culture.

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My Best Friend Died 3 Years Ago—This Is What Her Life Continues to Teach Me About Accomplishment

By Cecilia Meis / June 20, 2022 /

She embodied the idea that success is less about personal accomplishment and more about those you help along the way—like, perhaps, a directionless 21-year-old.

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How to Connect with Different Personality Types

How to Connect With Different Personality Types

By Christopher Cook / June 16, 2022 /

Many people are frustrated in their relationships because they feel unheard and undervalued. So as a result, what do they do? They simply exist, and ‌they never experience the life-giving power of true connection.

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3 Key Qualities of a Good Team Player

3 Key Qualities of a Good Team Player

By John C. Maxwell / June 15, 2022 /

A good team player is adaptable, supportive and collaborative.

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5 Tips to Handle Conflict When You’re Working With Your Polar Opposite

5 Tips to Handle Conflict When You’re Working with Your Polar Opposite

By Jennifer B. Kahnweiler / June 14, 2022 /

Successful opposites acknowledge their differences, using them to challenge each other knowing decisions come with conflict and that conflict is normal, natural and necessary—they know that disagreements open up the path to an outcome.

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These 5 Attributes Comprise True Influence

These 5 Attributes Comprise True Influence

By Karima Mariama-Arthur / June 13, 2022 /

No matter how you define “executive presence,” if you want to develop greater influence and in turn, greater personal and professional success, consider mastering the following key attributes.

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What to Do When Your Team Isn’t Working Together

What to Do When Your Team Isn’t Working Together

By Simon Slade / June 12, 2022 /

Mediation is not a responsibility one can take lightly. Unresolved conflicts don’t only affect the involved parties—they affect the entire team. Without proper mediation, these conflicts can lead to a hostile work environment that can dramatically impact productivity.

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Why We Say ‘Uh’ and ‘Um’ When Speaking in Public

Why We Say ‘Uh’ and ‘Um’ When Speaking in Public

By Crystal Ponti / June 10, 2022 /

What causes us to use these fillers? Do they serve an important language function? Or does anxiety and nervousness play a vital role? According to experts, it’s a little of both.

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