The key to avoiding burnout when you can’t take time off
by Rebecca Fishbein
We are all familiar with the dangers of burnout. The most obvious solution is to take some time off, but what about for those who cannot do so? Rebecca Fishbein offers methods to lessen burnout that do not require vacation days.
Leadership is Required to Preserve the Potential of Bold Ideas
by Jennifer Miller
The boldest inventions are most often created by unconventional thinking. Jennifer Miller discusses the importance of adopting a curious mind when faced with new ideas from staff, and offers advice to help you avoid “overzealous tweaking” of unique concepts.
Take 5: Fine-Tuning Your Powers of Persuasion
by Anne Ford
“To win others to your cause, it helps to understand the subtle factors that influence everyday decision-making.” Anne Ford shares five tips to help you share your ideas in effective, persuasive ways.
Three Traits of Leadership Longevity
by John C. Maxwell
John C. Maxwell reveals the secrets to surpassing the average tenure in a high-profile role: character, competence, and consistency. He argues that these traits, while hard to master, are the backbone to any leader’s longevity.
Julia Dhar: How to disagree productively and find common ground
by Julia Dhar
Disagreement is inevitable – sometimes it feels like no one can agree on anything. Julia Dhar explores three techniques for approaching disagreement in a more productive manner. These strategies can be applicable in all parts of one’s life.