Mark Zuckerberg’s ‘Year of Efficiency’ at Meta Is Getting Brutal for Anyone That Isn’t Mark Zuckerberg
The company will lay off 10,000 more employees.
How to Speak With an Employee Who Is Acting Out of Character
It's time for an adult conversation.
Embrace Uncertainty as Your Leadership Superpower
Focus on what you know to be true, use the power of collaboration, and create multiple pathways to achieve your goals.
Inc. at SXSW: Sweetgreen’s Nicolas Jammet on Building a Durable Brand
The co-founder of salad chain Sweetgreen stopped by the Inc. Founders House at SXSW to talk about inspiration, problem solving, and how to draw inspiration from other industries.
Should I Insist My Employees Do More Public Speaking?
I worry they're limiting their careers if they won't do it.
How Emotionally Intelligent People Overcome ‘Oversensitivity in Gift-Giving’ Syndrome to Build Better Relationships and Be More Successful
Hesitant to offer a compliments, favor, or a helping hand because you think the recipient will assess the 'value' of the gift? Think again.
Why Your Company’s Mission Statement Is All Wrong
In 'How to Grow Your Small Business,' Donald Miller says that the thing your company needs most is a clear mission.
Should You Avoid Sending Emails Late At Night?
... and three other tricky workplace dilemmas.
Here’s How To Tell Within 10 Seconds If Someone Isn’t As Smart As They Think (Or Hope to Appear)
One click is all it takes to start thinking you know more than you do, and make other people believe it, too.