The rule of awkward silence has always been valuable. But in a world of instant gratification, it's more useful than ever.
You've seen the articles lamenting the death of certain industries and changing consumer attitudes, all paying tribute (negatively or positively) to a certain generation born in the 80s and 90s.
Every year, Euromonitor International identifies emerging and fast-moving trends they expect to gain traction in the year ahead.
We’ve put together a list of the 20 features and updates you should be aware of to ensure your paid and organic marketing campaigns continue to hit their mark.
In the midst of a raging pandemic and widespread social unrest, these days it can feel as if reassuring platitudes are inescapable.
When I graduated from college in 1995, the last thing I imagined being was a manager in UX design
In her new book “Men to Avoid in Art and Life,” Nicole Tersigni harnesses her skill with a Twitter meme to illuminate the experience of women harassed by concern trolls, “sexperts” and more.
As national borders consider reopening, a partnership between governments and the tourism industry will be essential.
A rare interview with best-selling author Tim Ferriss on his quarantine philosophy, funding psychedelic research, and why “not everything that is meaningful can be measured.”
Before Covid-19, many of us thought remote working sounded blissful. Now, employees across the world long for chats by the coffee machine and the whirr of printers.
The tech industry is built on serendipity. If workers flee the Bay Area, what’s left?
By adopting a take-charge approach towards living with depression, you can start to feel more in control and less powerless, says health activist Jessica Gimeno. She shares three helpful strategies.
Cognitive biases are widely accepted as something that makes us human. Every day, systematic errors in our thought process impact the way we live and work.
Today I want to discuss 30 current coaching trends that you must know about.
Sometimes, great ideas come out of nowhere. Maybe you’ve been focusing on a tough problem for days with no end in sight, and then - poof - a creative solution falls in your lap.
Indefinite. Or even permanent. These are words companies are using about their employees working from home.
The stock market isn’t the only way to reap meaningful returns. Here are ways to invest in yourself—some are free and take only a few hours of your time.
After bringing us Pong and Chuck E. Cheese’s, the legendary entrepreneur built a startup factory that tackled 21st-century ideas with 1980s tech.
The eight Peruvian immigrants who work as shepherds on the S. Martinez ranch in Washington have a colossal job:
Remember, early on in the Covid-19 pandemic, the speculation as to how apocalyptic it would be if this disease hit the African continent? I do.
We’ve been taught that if we want more — money, achievement, vitality, joy, peace of mind — we need to do more, to add more to our ever-growing to-do list.
You may have heard of bullet journaling, probably from your sister or your coworker or some other enviably competent person you have the pleasure of knowing.
For your business to stand out, you need to ensure that your messages reach people through an ocean of online content. A powerful way to make that happen is to add humor to your content.
Carnival Cruise Line was inundated with bookings last week when they announced that they would return to the high seas after months of coronavirus lockdown.
You might feel blindsided by the coronavirus, but warnings about a looming pandemic have been there for decades.
Enterprise plans of Microsoft Teams & Google Hangouts Meet are now available on extended free trials.
In an ongoing crisis, clear communication is more important and more difficult than when things seem normal. Employees and customers are hungry for information, so we’re tempted to pull together presentations and communicate with urgency instead of...
The post-pandemic world will bring workplace change in terms of health support, remote working, gig workers, and employee tracking, according to Gartner’s updated future of work trends for 2020.