Plot a Coup Against the Status Quo

It’s hard to change your company’s culture, in part, because it’s hard to see how the culture works to preserve itself.

Do You Go to Meetings to Forget Your Mortality?

A 40-year-old philosophy book may offer insight into the hidden reason why conference rooms are constantly crowded with meetings.

Do You Have a Jack Russell Brain?

If your brain is a Jack Russell, it’s not happy unless it has problems to solve. And it will create problems just to solve them. This plucky brain can chew through relationships the way a real Jack Russell chews through sofas. Or is your brain a German Shepherd? Or a Bichon Frise?

Are You a Playground Godzilla at Work?

When it comes to sandcastles, some kids take more glee in building them, while others prefer to pulverize them into oblivion. As we grow up and enter in the workforce, we may bring those tendencies with us.

If You Work on a Zombie Team, Kill the Zombies

Teams tend to outlive their usefulness. Learn to spot the zombie teams at your work. Once you do, you'll find more energy, productivity and resources for getting work done.

How to Have More Harmony at Work

Learn from the inspiring story of a leader who finds harmony at work and in life.

Is Your Company Breathing?

Metaphor is the language of leadership. But be thoughtful about the impact of your powerful words.

Do You Make the Thin Mint Cookie Mistake?

Research shows we over-estimate the value our future selves will place on variety. We seek out novelty, even though novelty doesn’t satisfy us.