I’ve been doing more interviews on introversion this year as a result of the success of my eBook, “The Introvert’s Guide to Success in Business and Leadership” and my Harvard Business Review Blog Post.
LeanIn.org, the community website dedicated to women (and men) leaning into their ambitions, recently launched in conjunction with today’s release of Sheryl Sandberg’s conversation-sparking book Lean In.
An interview with Bruce Nussbaum, professor at Parsons The New School of Design and author of Creative Intelligence: Harnessing the Power to Create, Connect, and Inspire. Download this podcast A written transcript will be available by March 15.
My colleagues and I talk often about social collaboration and its tepid adoption. The fact is it's hard to get employees to use a tool unless they see a real use for it. This is certainly true in learning.
So which side won the arm wrestling contest? Now that you know which side of your brain is dominant, it’s time for you to learn exactly what that means for you as a student of academics - and the world.
Danielle Morrill It’s always refreshing and educational to hear startup founders come clean about a company’s struggles. Referly co-founder Danielle Morrill did just that with her latest blog post on how her startup turned into a walking zombie.
Editor's Note: Ann Cotton is the founder and Executive Director of Camfed International, recognised for its best practice in girls’ education and young women’s leadership. This article was published as part of a debate on International Women's Day...
The word "efficiency" does not typically conjure up thoughts of excitement, invention or innovation. More often, it can bring to mind smaller budgets and fewer resources. But why can't it be related to both?
Depending on where you draw the line, I'm either a very young baby boomer or a very old member of Generation X. These generations hold the majority of executive leadership positions across sectors. In other words, we're in charge.
It’s been an epic year for technology in education. Massive open online courses (MOOCs) have taken center stage, sages on the stage are transitioning to guides on the side, big data is guiding course selection and learning has gone social.
(Click Here to get the printable version of the exercise!) Are you right-brained or left-brained? That is the question...! Understanding which side of your brain you use most to learn can totally transform the way you feel about school and academics.