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Four ways to master gratitude

Four ways to master gratitude

Chances are, you’ve spent some time this season expressing your gratitude to others, whether sharing it at the dinner table or scrawling it into a holiday card. But if you’re only really showing your gratitude at this time of year, you’re missing out on a powerful...
A formula for how to say no

A formula for how to say no

Nobody wants to be known as the person who always says no. But for leaders, the pressure to say yes can be especially intense. You may be worried that if you decline, people will stop approaching you with great opportunities. You want to be seen as a team player who’s...
A guide to workplace betrayal

A guide to workplace betrayal

Work is becoming more personal. As Benjamin Hunnicutt, a historian specializing in the history of work, explains, “Work has become how we define ourselves. [It’s] no longer just about economics; it’s about identity.” We aspire to bring our whole selves to work and...
Charting a course in troubled times

Charting a course in troubled times

It seems we encounter more stories of disaster and division every day. They wake us up in the morning. They follow us on our commutes and into our offices. They keep us awake at night. It’s hard to be a leader when the world around you is in turmoil, but it’s at times...