Tag Archive: Leadership

Multitasking Makes you Stupid: Single-Tasking is Smarter

You can’t move forward when you’re running in circles. You can’t efficiently do two complex tasks at the same time. We’re addicted to constant distraction and repeated interruption. You feel insecure if your… Continue reading

Influence – Sobering Truths and Delightful Opportunities

“… financial advisors are 37% more likely to commit misconduct if they encounter a new co-worker with a history of misconduct.” HBR “… individuals tend to mirror the food choices of others in… Continue reading

CEO Returns After Terminating 900 Employees on Zoom

Vishal Garg is the CEO and founder of the startup better.com, an online mortgage company. Just before the holidays in 2021, Vishal terminated 900 employees on a zoom call.  You can watch it… Continue reading

The First Step Toward Self-Knowledge is Realizing You Don’t Have It

You think you know yourself, but you don’t. You never have self-knowledge; you gain it gradually, sometimes painfully. You throw punches in the air until you gain self-knowledge. Pretending you don’t sabotage yourself… Continue reading

7 Reasons Returning to the Office is a Good Idea

85% of the current remote workforce enjoy working remotely. Remote work is here to stay and the number of people who work from home is accelerating. But there’s more to the story. 55%… Continue reading

How to Gossip Like a Leader

Everyone gossips. Slander and backstabbing are destructive, but there’s a healthy side to gossip. When you say, “Your reputation precedes you,” you acknowledge the power of gossip. Gossip is one reason businesses grow… Continue reading