If You Live in an Area with High Income Inequality, You’re More Likely to Burn Out at Work

A 2015 report by the International Labour Organization covering more than 180 countries and over 84% of the global workforce warned of “widespread job insecurity in the global labor market,” finding that only one-quarter of the world’s workers have a stable employment relationship. In the United States, according to the 2016 Work and Well-Being Survey conducted by the American Psychological… Continue reading

Inspirasi 6 Cerita Pengusaha Sukses yang Telat Memulai Karirnya

Jika Anda pernah menyaksikan atau bahkan pernah mengikuti serial Diplomat Success Challenge di level nasional atau pernah menyaksikan ajang kontes para pengusaha muda Shark Tank Reality Show, Anda akan menyadari bahwa kebanyakan mereka adalah kaum muda yang sedang meraih mimpi dengan ide-ide cemerlangnya. Berbicara soal kesuksesan memang sangat erat dengan generasi muda, dan bahkan sejarah mencatat bahwa kebanyakan pengusaha sukses… Continue reading

How to Be an Inspiring Leader

When employees aren’t just engaged, but inspired, that’s when organizations see real breakthroughs. Inspired employees are themselves far more productive and, in turn, inspire those around them to strive for greater heights. Our research shows that while anyone can become an inspiring leader (they’re made, not born), in most companies, there are far too few of them. In employer surveys… Continue reading

Businesses Can No Longer Avoid Becoming Political

Over the last two decades, business leaders in the West have been responding to risks posed by profound changes in the global economy, in technology, and in demographics. The successful ones have, at least. Rather than being undercut by new, lower-cost competitors in rapidly developing economies, such as China and India, companies have globalized their supply chains or offshored their… Continue reading

When You’re Leaving Your Job Because of Your Kids

You’ve decided to leave the organization, and the decision was driven by your needs as a working parent. Maybe you’re taking a new job with fewer hours or less travel so you can spend more time with the kids; maybe you’re “up-ramping” and taking on a position with more responsibility, pressure, and pay – so you can afford those looming… Continue reading