For me, the journey of becoming a working mom—and a two-career household (my husband has an enormous job) —emerged slowly.
Company holiday parties are back, but with some restraint
More than 57% of companies are planning in-person holiday celebrations this year, according to a survey conducted by Challenger, Gray & Christmas, a hiring firm. That’s a big leap from the past two years.Read More
While a traditional startup is 100% focused on making money, a social-impact startup seeks to increase profits while making a positive impact in its community.
This year, I had a graduate student ask an intriguing question: “How do you demonstrate ‘soft skills’ on a resume?”
But what if “what’s wrong” is NOT “what matters” most?
About a year before Connor Sturgeon gunned down his co-workers at a Louisville branch of Indiana-based Old National Bank, some close to the 25-year-old knew he was having problems.
Leadership happy talk stems from pressures, both real and perceived, to show the world and one’s team that everything is going great.
I’ve been on both sides: the leader helping someone transition, and most recently, the person going through one.
The road to solving marketing is too often a littered trail of frustrating investments, tactics that had promise but never drove business value, and marketing talent that seems to never stay more than 18 months.
As leaders think about the challenges they face with real estate, they simply cannot compartmentalize it as separate from their workforce. In fact, they cannot separate it from other factors like technology, HR policies and company culture.
We will be electing a president every four years, but who knows how long your family will be with you?
When I shared my morning experience with my colleagues, they said, “You might need to find more recovery time in your schedule.”
Given the current state of Indiana affairs, perhaps it’s time to expand the number of “leadership-oriented Barbies” (and Allans)—and to redefine what leadership looks like in 2023 by honing some new skills.
The transition from zero to one is daunting. What if the product doesn’t work as expected or, worse, what if no one wants what I’ve built?
Here is my kind of silly, kind of fun, but oh-so-true similarities of how raising our baby is like building my company.
The findings illustrate the challenges faced by organizations as they assess office-space needs.
In eight years’ time, it’s predicted, the smartest thing on the planet will be a machine—something not human-made at all, but an autonomous form that has developed itself.
Some businesses immediately grasp how to leverage our services effectively, while others struggle to harness the power of marketing.
Hoosiers might be familiar with the term “pivot” from basketball, where you keep one foot in place (the plant foot) and move the other foot around to shift direction or get leverage.
Imagine the workplace today. How much grace and patience do we give people to succeed?
Traditionally, customer service has been viewed as a cost center instead of a revenue driver, and it’s hard for companies to allocate funds to activities that aren’t moving the needle.