In the sporting world, there’s a concept called ‘reading the play’. This refers to the way some players read the game as it’s unfolding and make judgements about how to adapt to the game.
Players who are good at reading the play are able to make
I know what you’re thinking: “Encourage employees to quit? That’s ridiculous! Everyone knows how stressful and expensive it is to deal with high turnover!” Stay with me for a minute. Encouraging employee turnover at your company may be the best move you can make to
It’s safe to say that cyber security is a top concern for CEOs today—a recent survey by PWC found that 87 percent of CEOs feel somewhat-to-extreme concern about cyber security. And it should be. CEOs are being held increasingly accountable for their company’s data breach failures,
Central to human personality theory and popularized by Carl Jung in the early 20th century, the terms introversion and extroversion are commonly used to describe the ways in which people interact with one another. Contrary to popular belief however, the psychological preference scale relates to
Before Donald Trump was in politics, he was one of the biggest business tycoons in the United States. He made most of his money through real estate investments, which is a very tough business to master. He has been in charge of thousands of employees
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In 1974 Ronald Gallimore and Roland Tharp were psychology students on the campus of UCLA. On the other side of Westwood Boulevard, across from the academic side of campus is Pauley Pavilion, where John Wooden coached his UCLA Bruins basketball team. Gallimore and Tharp spent
As a leader in the tech industry, I enjoy my executive role at PointSource, helping run a growing digital transformation firm working across many clients and industries. When I am asked to participate in women-in-tech speaking panels or events, I am happy to engage in
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I started racing small sailboats when I was 10 years old. Peter was my captain and my idol. Whatever he said, I did. He shouted, "Tack!" I had the lines in my hand and rolled to the leeward side of the boat. He said, "Gybe,"