The Best Leaders Ask for Help

The Best Leaders Ask for Help

Believe it or not, we all have a tipping point. A point at which the workload becomes too great. A point where we simply can’t research our way into being an expert on a topic. A point where we have so much on our plate that we’re half-assing our way through life — not delivering 100% on any one task or passion. A point where we need to step out of the weeds and be more strategic.

The Art and Science of Keeping Talented People Around

The Art and Science of Keeping Talented People Around

The number one reason talented people leave their jobs is because of the failure of their direct managers. Businesses are defined by the strength of their people. Even in the most successful company (think Google, Amazon, etc.), a bad manager can drive talented employees out the door. So what is the true art and science of keeping talented people around?

Riding the Flow & 4 Other Ways to Make Great Things Happen

Riding the Flow & 4 Other Ways to Make Great Things Happen

Going with the flow can be a scary idea for some people, simply because it means letting go of expectations —the number one killer of confidence. If you feel like you are constantly disappointed, it can be hard to just ride the flow. If you go with the flow, this does not mean that you have no power to create the life and career you want.

4 Ways to Prevent Team Member Burnout

4 Ways to Prevent Team Member Burnout

Burnout is a real thing and it happens to all of us when we work in the same job, on the same project, or in the same industry for long periods of time. If what was once an exciting job has now turned into a multitude of mundane tasks, you may be experiencing burnout. But when that trickles down to your team, it can be devastating to morale, productivity and more.

AI Is Getting More Emotional

AI Is Getting More Emotional

Artificial intelligence has come a long way in the last decade and will make big moves in the next few years. Annette Zimmermann, Vice President of Research at Gartner, said in January 2018 that “by 2022, your personal device will know more about your emotional state than your own family.” Scary stuff, huh? Just two months after she made this statement, a landmark study from the University of Ohio claimed that their algorithm was better at detecting emotions than people are.