Figuring out your “why” in life can help you launch the next stage of your career By Tanisha A. Sykes In 2010, Shai Littlejohn, then an attorney at a law practice in Washington, DC, was working 50-plus hours a week. She eventually started her own law practice and wove...

Here’s how to use introversion to your advantage By Tamara Holmes Like many introverts, Julie Bush, 30, used to hate networking. The co-owner of Troy, New York-based consulting firm XperienceU Training and Leadership Development, recalls walking into networking events thinking, “I don’t want to be here.” At first she...

Study shows that beliefs don’t always translate into actions When it comes to diversity and inclusion, CEOs don’t always practice what they preach. That’s a major takeaway from a study by Fort Collins, Colorado–based training and mentoring organization The Moxie Exchange. The study, The State of Diversity and...

Can’t find the updated version of your latest report? It might be time to do a little digital housekeeping. Here are some ways to free up storage space, boost your productivity, and simplify your tech. Create a simpler screen. Hide icons that are time-wasters, as well as...

Dear DW, My team likes to go out for lunch or after-work drinks. I like everyone and want to be a team player, but I am too busy. How do I turn down these invitations without seeming like I am not a team player? Signed, Friendly...

What differentiates women leaders from the pack? A study by researchers from the University of Rhode Island College of Business Administration, the University of Oxford Saïd Business School, and the School of Business and Management at Queen Mary University of London sought to find out. Researchers...

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