It didn't hit me until I met a newcomer at work, a woman who had just moved to New York City from California, brand new to the industry.
Remember, lasting relationships start with a connection. This holds true in business networking and in our personal lives. You'll always move from connection to relationship quicker by giving a gift.
On Facebook, we trot out our best selves (and selfies) and comment on friends' posts with all the enthusiasm of a kindergarten teacher whose class has finally lined up quietly for the first time.
Inspiring people is great! It implies that you have moved them mentally or emotionally in some way. But motivating people implies action. Go ahead and inspire all you want. But leave the action to other people! If you don't, you will only become as frustrated and exhausted as I've been.
In his biography of President Warren Harding, The Harding Affair, author James David Robenalt reveals a number of rather steamy love letters written b...
Let's face it, none of this is new. It's the way we have always communicated. It's just that we now have new tools.
By cutting to the chase and finding out what's most important to a person, you can immediately be of service to someone in a way that is very meaningful to him.
Much talk is generated about the value that the behaviors of inclusion, engagement and collaboration bring to organizations but we only need to dig a bit deeper to see what the evidence is for how these behaviors are practiced by those who do the talking.
We live life in shorthand, but so far the field has been fairly limited. And there is so much out there that can benefit from being reduced to a handy acronym for our convenience.
"Your ability to shape your future depends on how well you communicate where you want to be when you get there. When ideas are communicated effectivel...
Well then. Let's start with a working definition of psyops. Here is some background on the Facebook mass psychological testing as being reported rece...
In today's career-minded individual, social networks are a big part of culture. Social networks are the bridge between human interaction and technical...
When I was 12 my parents had no idea how naughty I truly was. By day I was the perfect child -- an honor student, a weekend artist, a water-skiing aficionado -- but at night, when the adults weren't looking, I was a very bad boy.
The modern era in many ways has been defined by the one to many movement, ushered in by radio, broadcast television, and then finally the Internet. With the advent of social media platforms, including Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, this power of one to many was extended to the masses.
Employment recruiters can smell desperation a mile away even through your computer's firewall. If you appear too willing, they'll run screaming in the opposite direction.
Ultimately, great IT organizations are leading from the edge, reducing the distance from corporate IT and external customers. Hinchcliffe leaves us with this closing thought: Digital business transformation means data; data is the golden rule and he who has the data makes the rules.