You don’t have to go to business school to develop the skills needed for success, writes Julie Winkle Giulioni.
As “Gen Z”, those born after 2000, marches towards the age of becoming a key part of the professional workforce, at 2 Billion strong they are a force to be reckoned with.
Much like college basketball, organizations are in a race to hire top talent.
Deryl McKissack, CEO of McKissack & McKissack, shares lessons she’s learned in business from childhood, including what wives can reveal about a male job candidate, why firings can benefit both sides and what millennials lack.
Too strong a focus on outcomes can create a negative workplace environment where people mistreat each other and, eventually, deliver poorer results.