An interview with Elad Gil, a serial Silicon Valley startup founder, Google and Twitter alum, author of High Growth Handbook, and investor or advisor to companies such as Airbnb, Coinbase, Instacart, Square, and Stripe.
Lisa Barrett of Multiverse on an approach “that meets people where they are.”
A new book by two Stanford faculty is aimed at making anyone funny at work.
Some takeaways from Iron Fish’s experience since shifting to in-person work in August, and bubbling together this past month.
How businesses should celebrate Black History Month, especially given recent changes to the conversation about race in the workplace. Also, Rosalind Brewer was named to be CEO of an S&P 500 company.
This book by the World Economic Forum founder is an efficient way to review the world’s biggest economic problems, get a survey of key voices and research on the topic, and understand a sensible approach to a more sustainable and resilient world.
ERGs can be an effective tool for advancing diversity and inclusion in workplaces. An expert explains how to set them up and lead them.
MITs Zeynep Ton says improving pay and job conditions could drive productivity growth that would benefit companies in the long-term.
Wharton’s Adam Grant discusses how to rethink your own views, as well as how to get others to reevaluate their opinions.
Who should get professional coaching, how to choose a coach, and what you can expect to get out of it.