Consultant and author Todd Henry understands what it takes to “create-on-demand” in today’s fast-paced work environment. The founder and CEO of Accidental Creative, a consultancy that helps people and teams generate brilliant ideas, Henry is an expert on the dynamics of organizational creativity. He also develops insights on how individuals can unlock ideas and establish a personal rhythm that sustains creativity.
Success has become an overly and not always appropriately used buzz-word in life nowadays. That is because the very concept is often muddled by myths which cause people to approach their goals the wrong way.
At least three generations can be found in most workplaces, which not only is a potential source of workplace friction, but also a real puzzle for leaders, HR, brand marketers and talent management pros looking to humanize brands
Twitter may have started off as a fun social media site for keeping up with friends and sharing updates about daily life, but it’s become much more than that for many users over the past few years as the site has evolved and grown.
This month's topic was triggered in part by the information (not fact-checked) that in several European countries where vacations are mandated, most employees take their prescribed amounts of time off.
A customer walked into McDonald’s and said, “One large fries to go, please!” ” Would you like fries with that?” John, the customer service guy, gave a quick automatic response. “I just asked for fries only.” “Oh, sorry about that.
The following five myths are based on page 91 – 99 of The Learning Leader 2006 by Douglas B. Reeves. And I have posed a leadership thought following each. I believe that leadership is not just for people with a position – we are can play a role in leading to a brighter future?