Sending work emails after hours is now illegal in France. In part with the country's El Khomri law, the new amendment is in place to reduce the impact of a constantly plugged-in lifestyle.Read More
Sheryl Sandberg recently gave the commencement speech at UC Berkeley, where she opened up about facing tragedy last year and how overcoming hardships of any degree can be what defines you.Read More
We are always connected, thanks to our smartphones. Whether it's actually chatting with friends or scrolling through Twitter, we have found a way to constantly be around other people... even when we are physically alone. It seems this has caused many people to fear being alone with their thoughts. One study found that a quarter of women and two thirds of men prefer giving themselves an electric shock rather than sit silently with their own thoughts.Read More
A long to-do list an be daunting, but this little trick might make all the difference. Rather than creating your to-do list by priority or just as a random list, batch similar tasks together.Read More
I've been saying it for years and science is finally proving me right. A recent study has shown that going to a "public cultural event" has an impact on your internal hormones. Corisol, which is known as the stress hormone, showed a decrease in levels when subjects attended such eventsRead More
How does your leadership inspire others to lead?
So often, I work with entrepreneurs or managers who see their direct reports as minions to do their bidding.
The relationship is completely transactional: the entrepreneur pays an employee to do a specific set of tasks.