Advice

Advice

By David Epstein

Have You Ever Felt That You’re in the Wrong Place in Your Career, in Your Life?

Todd Rose, director of Harvard’s Mind, Brain, and Education program, and computational neuroscientist Ogi Ogas cast a broad net when they set out to study…

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By Ashley Goodall

This is How Often Team Leaders Should Meet With Team Members

If you study the best team leaders, you’ll discover that many of them share a sense-making ritual.  It’s called a check-in, and in simple terms…

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By Peter Guzzardi

“Emeralds of Oz: Life Lessons from Over the Rainbow”: A Q&A with Peter Guzzardi

Susan: In your new book, you’ve taken a deep dive into one of the most popular films of all time, The Wizard of Oz, which…

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By Matt Kaufman

The Invisible Child

AN INVISIBLE CHILD is one who does not initially stand out for any reason. This child is not extremely athletic, overly popular, or very outgoing….

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By Gabrielle Hartley

How to Handle Conflict Skillfully

When life feels painful or out of control, we want the bad feelings to go away.  As fast as possible. We want our situation to…

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By Craig Dowden

The Science Behind “I’m Sorry”: Why to Say It, and How

Dear Friends, We all like to think that we’re great at apologizing, but the truth is that most of us are terrible at it. Yet…

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By Lori Gottlieb

Ever Wondered Whether Introverts and Extroverts Act Differently During Therapy? So Did We

Dear Friends, This week, we’re thrilled to feature an exclusive Q and A with Lori Gottlieb, author of the terrific new book, Maybe You Should…

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By Thomas Boyce

Are You an Orchid or a Dandelion? This is One of the Most Important Questions You’ll Ever Answer

Dear Friends, We are so excited to share with you this groundbreaking work by the distinguished UCSF Professor Tom Boyce. Put simply, Boyce and others…

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By Quiet Revolution

Is Your Home or Office as Calm and Ordered as You’d Like?

Is your home or office as calm and ordered as you’d like? If not, read on. This week, we’re very excited to share a Q…

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By Liz Fosslien and Mollie West

Communication Tips for Introverts and Extroverts, from Two of Your Favorite Authors!

This is an excerpt from No Hard Feelings: The Secret Power of Embracing Emotions At Work, by Liz Fosslien and Mollie West Duffy “I’ll go…

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By Quiet Revolution

Quiet at Thomson Reuters

Hi everyone, This week we’re sharing an interview I conducted with Marci Gohmann, Senior Director of Talent and Development at Thomson Reuters. Marci spearheaded a…

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By Quiet Revolution

Overthrowing the Tyranny of the Ideal

Ditch the critic; embrace the strong man who forges forward.

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By Bob Sutton

The Asshole Survival Guide: The Backstory

A few weeks back, the staff at my academic department at Stanford—The Department of Management Science & Engineering—sent me a series of questions to answer…

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By Siva Sankrithi

Girl taking a test in class

Reinventing Assessment

Going beyond the basics: shared experience-based assessment that works for all.

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