Benjamin Franklin knew he was smart — smarter than most of his peers — but he was also intelligent enough to understand that he couldn’t be right about everything.
The Wall Street firm is set to name its smallest class of new partners in years this week, according to people familiar with the matter
Public speaking is a physical activity – like hockey, football, or soccer. As a public speaker, you are a type of athlete because speaking involves physicality, muscle memory, and humanity.
Strong leaders will place themselves at the helm and provide their people with the guidance they need to thrive through change, uncertainty, and an unpredictable future. As our way of looking out for the health and wellness of you and your team, we have put together several resources to assist you.
It started with a simple question:
What book (or books) have you given away to people the most and why?
The email was sent to an interesting subset of people I’ve interacted with over the past year — CEOs, entrepreneurs, best-selling authors, hedge fund managers, and more.
Accounting Today’s Best Firms to Work For list ranks firms based on the best management practices, HR and benefits policies, firm cultures, and retention strategies, and offers a great insight into what makes a firm an employer of choice.
Self-awareness seems to have become the latest management buzzword — and for good reason. Research suggests that when we see ourselves clearly, we are more confident and more creative.
Crying is entirely normal and healthy, but many of us don’t want to cry in front of other people. When we don’t want to cry in front of other people, is there anything we can do to save face?
The stigma of asking for or being assigned an executive coach is vanishing quickly. The growth of the industry tells us so. In the U.S. alone, $1 billion was spent on business, personal and relationship coaches last year.
Everyone can use a mentor. Scratch that — as it turns out, we could all use five mentors. “The best mentors can help us define and express our inner calling,” says Anthony Tjan, CEO of Boston venture capital firm Cue Ball Group and author of Good People.