How I Tried and Failed to Be a Cool Boss By Doree Shafrir

An investigation into the joy and pain of fitting in: With this series, we’re exploring the pathologies, hierarchies, and quirks of female socialization from high school to the workplace and beyond. I had never been a boss before (unless you count being the editor of my college magazine for a year — which I don’t) … Continue reading How I Tried and Failed to Be a Cool Boss By Doree Shafrir

WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT GENERATIONS IN THE WORKPLACE? YOUR DEFINITIVE GUIDE… by Lindsey Pollak

When we talk about generational differences, it’s easy to fall into overly generalized stereotypes: Baby Boomers are responsible. (Funny, they used to be called the “Me Generation.”) Millennials are slackers. (Wait, wasn’t that Gen X?) Gen Xers are neglected, middle children. (Paging Jan Brady.) Gen Zs march to their own drum. (Like…every generation before them?) … Continue reading WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT GENERATIONS IN THE WORKPLACE? YOUR DEFINITIVE GUIDE… by Lindsey Pollak

Defining A Leader… by Office Vibe

What Is Leadership? A leader is someone who establishes a clear vision, and then guides their team towards that vision by empowering them and coaching them to greatness. A leader is someone that stays calm during a crisis, and stays laser-focused on their end goal. The skills that it takes to be a good leader … Continue reading Defining A Leader… by Office Vibe

Leadership: The Choice of Trust or Control…

Leaders who cannot trust themselves enough to hire people they can trust will always revert to power and control mechanisms, including forcing people to drive a car or take a train to work every day so that their supervisors can keep an eye on them. Liz Ryan, Forbes Contributor