@mattlanza We love busts in rain events!
😮 “The decision to drop GE, an original member of the Dow that has been a member of the 30-stock index continuously since 1907, marks the latest setback for a firm that once was the most valuable U.S. firm...” https://t.co/vbneAJqY9I
Great leaders don't manage by walking around. They manage by doing: spending some time each month doing the actual work of their teams. It helps them understand what's going on and signals that they're not above it. #SHRM18 https://t.co/5u2jbFnWRs https://t.co/7C1NhK2YbY
As the daily news gets worse & worse, many in the Arts are struggling against weary demoralization. A friend asked me if I would re-tweet this 2016 post: "No Time for Depair." So here it is, with dismay that it is still relevant all these months later. https://t.co/YqmAPtMMm3 https://t.co/T7idejS9Fq
The only real shortcut to producing great work is hiring people who know their craft and letting them get on with it.
This 3-minute habit changed my life https://t.co/LLL3rEfR0U
“Some women hit the maternal wall long before the glass ceiling.” ... a critical workplace issue. https://t.co/9CMqL6uluk
Great advice. https://t.co/7L9G04JxJo
To champion change, you don't need to get the majority of a group on board. A new experiment suggests that converting 25% can be a critical mass to create momentum and change minds. https://t.co/mAPb1YFTtg
Girls lose math confidence in middle school. Parents need to stay on top of this issue or many careers will be closed off. Math is not just an innate skill, it can be learned. https://t.co/2TV4nz7gSw
Big news. https://t.co/8f8tZcaE89
This is fantastic. Great job by Sweeny. $ https://t.co/fX8zI9TPtT
New post: I binged on Bourdain and ended up with, among many other things, some solid writing advice. https://t.co/fO1piundUJ
Makes a little more sense that it is just a campaign. Wonder if they categorize the signage changes as media buys. https://t.co/5cUe28sx5c
“Public labels” are on the rise. So how should the big name brands respond? Increasing advertising budgets and more pro-social marketing is a good starting point, says @stuartenyt. His take #OnTheVillage: https://t.co/2P98TjMFpg https://t.co/vDvyBhd3BB
The news of Kate Spade’s death was a cruel reminder about the realities of depression and anxiety, and about the dangerous stories that we make up about those “other people” who don’t know anything about pain and never need help. Full essay: https://t.co/kWifEx18GV https://t.co/vsiQsg6s3w