5 Tips for Improving the Lost Art of Communication

It can be argued that no single invention has changed the way mankind functions more than the smartphone. No matter where we are, we can make a phone...

Lessons from the Hundred Acre Wood that can be Applied to the Modern Workplace

Do you know what I find interesting about us humans? We love being humans so much, that we attribute human characteristics to animals or even...

10 Defining Characteristics of Generation Z

Recently, I read an article in HR Magazine written by 16-year old Josh Miller, a thought leader on all things Generation Z. Despite his young age,...

5 Ways Vulnerability Can Be An Asset

I did something very out of character for me one day last week. In fact, it was something I don’t think I’ve ever done in a 30+ year career in the...

5 Tips For Eliminating Stress in the Workplace

Everybody encounters some form of stress daily, especially in the workplace. While low-to- moderate stress is normal and relatively unharmful,...

5 Ways to Turn a Creative Block into a Creative Flow

Many people assume that creativity is something that can be turned on like a light switch when needed. Nothing could be further from the truth....

5 Ways to Make Communication More Effective [Infographic]

Great communication is the key to success in work and in life.

Introvert Watch Out: 2 Communication Pitfalls to Avoid

People with different behavioral styles communicate differently, which often leads to conflicts in communication. On the communication continuum,...

Going Postal Over Bad Customer Service: Why Communication is a Lost Art

Common courtesy isn’t so common these days. And that sentiment was on display when I visit my local post office. My experience was a microcosm of why...

A Cultural Outlook on Behaviors between Asia and North America

Two connecting flights and 29 hours later, I had finally stepped foot in Bangkok, Thailand. While it was my first time in Asia, I wasn’t exactly sure...

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