If everyone is networking, who's working for you? Allard and Banfield will show you how to "get 100, 200, 500 people thinking about how they can help YOU with your project, your passion, your school, your business." The authors remind us that networking isn't accidental, but a skill to be honed. The more you care, the better you listen, the more likely
Problems lurk everywhere: under that stack of papers on your desk, in the unreturned phone call, within the carelessly worded email zipped off before its writer begins a long afternoon commute. Valarie Washington will teach you to diffuse potential problem bombs by thinking differently about problem solving.
This masterly list of not-always-obvious tips reminds us that every relationship is a sales relationship. Tom Peters' thoughts on selling will sharpen your innate sales sense—for the expert or novice alike.
Does the phrase "team building" bring to mind interminable meetings briefly punctuated by stale, free sandwiches and awkward get-to-know-you games? Use Kevin Eikenberry's high-CARB approach instead of the tired, traditional methods of team building. The CARB approach encourages teams or the organizations that support them to go bey
Scientists have proven that a lack of nature can have negative effects. Learn, with help from Kate Herrod, why a slice of green is good and vital.
This manifesto helps companies of all sizes understand and implement the necessary level of security. The 25 tips cover everything from physical security to SPAM.
Speaking "teen" is not easy. It means knowing the difference between Beyonce, Britney, Ashlee and Jessica. Josh Shipp will help you become fluent in "teen". He'll teach you to entertain, inspire and empower.
"We, in the West, have been asleep for a long time." We've become accustomed to living in a Matrix. What we once aspired to achieve and earn, is now taken for granted. A new culture is starting to challenge this Matrix. A culture that will revive our sense of community and lead us home.
Did you vote your boss into the corner office? If not, perhaps your boss is a dictator. Chetan Dhruve explains why bosses become dictators.
"This manifesto shall be a guide for your creative efforts. A map in case you get lost. A helpful voice in times of solitude. Perhaps, the first spark for a new creative action."