The End of Work As You Know It

How to redefine work in your own terms

Brave Enough to Be Humble

In our highly competitive world, admitting to hitting your peak or any potential gap in your leadership armor is considered heretical in the leadership world. We disagree. Read More

I Agree!

I truly agree with this post! Thanks author for such an article on leadership! It inspires me to be a more admirable leader in my work field. Humbleness is actually one of the default qualities in a true leader!

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Milo Sindell and Thuy H. Sindell are workplace experts and the founders of two software companies: Hit The Ground Running and Knowledge Genie.


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