What business leaders need to know At this point, the country feels quite divided in a number of ways. A rise in hate crimes targeting racial/ethnic minorities has disturbed many, while others claim overreaction. Some assert that police forces are woefully underresourced and need additional support, while...

BY SARA J. WELCH You use your phone to check the weather, read Yelp reviews of restaurants, navigate with Google Maps, and get rides from Lyft or Uber. You probably know about Airbnb, even if you haven’t tried it. But these are just the low-hanging fruit of travel...

Why using a life coach can be life—and work—altering By Tanisha A. Sykes The Dalai Lama once said, “Happiness is not something ready-made. It comes from your own actions.” For executives like Niambi Harris, 45, truer words were never spoken. “In the span of a year, I...

Lyft’s head of inclusion and diversity is determined to tackle Silicon Valley’s inclusion challenges head-on By Kimberly Olson Last year, Tariq Meyers, not long out of college, became the first head of inclusion and diversity at Lyft, the peer-to-peer ride-sharing company whose vehicles initially became recognizable for...

A cleaning industry CEO shares how new technology leads to cleaner rooms and satisfied employees By Katrina Brown Hunt One of biggest challenges in Dr. Ilham Kadri’s industry is that often you can’t see the success. “The problem with ‘clean’ is that it’s invisible—if you can see...

Hell, no, but neither can any man I know by Robin Pedrelli I attended the recent Diversity Women Leadership Conference and was faced with the question, “Can women have it all?” This debate will likely rage on for decades, and we’re all tired of it. The vogue response has...

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