Authors Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn have penned two books in recent years aiming to ignite social movements in response to the oppression of women worldwide and the challenges of poverty. Here, I take a look at how their writing fares in moving one reader (me) to action.
Today’s post is Kari Mirkin’s review of the book Everyone Leads: Building Leadership from the…
As January comes to a close, you may be reflecting on the work you’ve done…
“Don’t fly in because the place happens to be at the top of the news today and then fly out as soon as something else comes to top it off.”
The Purpose Economy is, “centered on the need for individuals to find purpose in their work and lives.” How can we thrive in this new economy?
Books about job hunting and career building can certainly help you out. But for inspiration and guidance, some of the most helpful books don’t focus on careers at all.
“We’ve being doing great supply chain work for decades now and still we can kill 1200 people in a heartbeat, so what does this mean to actually do this work inside a big company?”
Christine Bader was no longer employed by BP when the Deepwater Horizon oil drilling rig exploded in 2010. To her, the BP portrayed in the news in the tragedy’s wake seemed worlds away from the one she had come to know.
I had a chance to chat with the author of Body of Work, Pam Slim. We talked about mentoring, the new world of work, and why we need to say goodbye to the workplace mafia culture.
In an era when switching from one job to the next –whether or not by choice– is becoming increasingly frequent, Pam Slim’s humorous mix of conceptual and practical approaches to building a body of work is an important, well-researched, and inspiring read.