In 2012, Google’s People Operations department set out to study hundreds of teams to figure out why some stumbled while others soared. Charles Duhigg, Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist and senior editor, provides a detailed review of this research and offers thoroughly fascinating insight into the hallmarks of extraordinary teams.
- Kirstin Fawcett on mental_floss
A hiring manager won’t notice your slick suit, sterling resume, or clever conversation if they’re turned off by a weak handshake or poor eye contact. Read »
- Justin Bariso on Inc.
It's the foundation behind the happiest marriages and the intangible quality that makes the best teams click. Put simply, it's the key ingredient to all successful relationships. It's called trust. Bu... Read »
- Brendan Browne on Business Insider
Jerry Brown served as governor of California in the 1980s and 2010s. Jack Dorsey founded Square between his two stints as CEO of Twitter. Read »
- Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, Lewis Garrad on Harvard Business Review
Few topics have received more attention in talent management than motivation, defined as the deliberate attempt to influence employees’ behaviors with the goal of enhancing their performance, and in... Read »
- Amy Morin on Forbes
I recently received a text message from a friend that asked, "What animal is laid-back yet hard working?" I jokingly texted back, "How about an armadillo?" She said, "I’ll have to check into the arm... Read »
- on Skip Prichard
Were you were born between 1980 and 2000 and are or aspire to be in a senior management position? Do you have a boss who is younger than you from this generation? Read »
- Charles Duhigg on The New York Times
ike most 25-year-olds, Julia Rozovsky wasn’t sure what she wanted to do with her life. She had worked at a consulting firm, but it wasn’t a good match. Read »