Professional Development

  • Four innovation leadership skills to master by Contributor

    The future of work is changing. According to McKinsey around half of the job tasks that people currently perform have the potential to be automated by technology. What kind of work will be left for humans to do?

  • How to spy on your team by Contributor

    The corporate spies are out there

  • Too much flexibility? by Contributor

    Are your employees taking a flexible work policy too far? Anna O'Dea offers some tips for getting productivity back without taking away this desirable benefit

  • Five ways to become an inspirational manager by Contributor

    Are you an inspiring manager? Imperative's Aaron Hurst offers five tips for spurring your team to greatness

  • Five myths about purpose by Contributor

    Everyone wants and needs to find purpose in their work. But according to Aaron Hurst, doing so requires shattering some common myths about finding purpose

  • How to avoid big company syndrome by Contributor

    Matthew E. May reveals how to keep the spirit of innovation alive even as your business grows

  • The power of fear by Contributor

    Rather than being a warning of failure, fear can often be a sign of approaching success. The challenge, writes Molly Moseley, is learning to work through it

  • How to give feedback effectively by Contributor

    Are your employees too sensitive to negative feedback, or have you just been delivering it poorly? Ayetkin Tank outlines five ways to ensure feedback is well received