It's more than common courtesy to get someone's name right, so avoid these mistakes.
But it just might clear the way for more empathy, more flexibility and more humanity.
I thought it was obvious, but obviously not.
Men give themselves more room for failure, and tend to be more forgiving toward themselves.In the workplace, there are few places where this difference in perception rears its ugly head as much as in self-assessments, which are now commonplace as a step before a performance review takes place.
Leticia Van de Putte said that the Hobby Lobby ruling means that future generations of women will "be defined by who your boss is."
While the workplace is far from being modeled after a Dave and Buster's, gamification will no doubt change the way we engage our employees and hopefully improve just how productive we are at work.
When we started the Books that Shaped Work in America project, we said that the list, like work in America, was constantly evolving, and that the list would grow based on suggestions from "the public."
It's important to look at Sandberg's lessons and use them to help widen and deepen the book's impact. Here are three things that we can address.