Home Page

From Tennis Lessons to Becoming a Smarter Professional – Inside Story with Ryan Roslansky

Editor’s Note: This is part of an ongoing Q&A series called the Inside Story where we sit down to learn more from the people behind the products at LinkedIn. Q: Why is LinkedIn focusing on content? A: We have millions of members around the world who want to be amazing at their jobs – and that basically boils down to being in permanent learning mode. At LinkedIn, we think that access to rich, informative content helps drive ongoing … [Read More...]

The Brown-Bag Blogging Compromise

Should employees be required to write blog posts? That's the question posed by Marcus Sheridon of SalesLion.com. After all, Sheridan points out, one goal of content marketing is to produce as much content as possible, so the more hands are put to the task, the better. And, since content that answers consumers’ questions is the most valuable, and since those employees are typically the ones dealing with the consumers every day ,it … [Read More...]

How to Handle ‘You’re Young Enough to Be My Kid’

With more millennials in the workforce, tensions between generations are inevitable. How can young leaders take charge and be taken seriously? … [Read More...]

Mind-numbing Consistency and CX

Recently, my daughter's swim coach had a parent meeting. During the meeting he talked about one of his coaching philosophies, which the described as mind-numbing consistency. For him, mind-numbing consistency shows up in a swimmers work ethic, having a positive attitude, being a good sport, and putting the team over personal agendas. But, what does mind-numbing consistency looks like for customer experience? It's not about being … [Read More...]

10 ways to take charge of your leadership development

When I started in the field of leadership development (when gas was 89 cents a gallon), the model we used looking like this: When someone got promoted to team leader, supervisor, or manager, they were sent a memo (no e-mail yet) from HR informing them that they have been registered for a mandatory four-week supervisory training course. When they showed up, some (or most) of them kicking and screaming, HR told them everything they had to learn, … [Read More...]

Latest IT News

TSMC Chips In to Make LG’s Own ‘Nuclun’ Smartphone Microprocessor

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing, which has boosted its profile in the chip-manufacturing industry by inking deals with Apple, has added LG Electronics to its list of customers for the high-tech chipsets used in smartphones.

Remote Bhutan Gets Google Street View Panoramas

Google has unveiled Street View images for some 1,900 miles of roads in Bhutan, allowing people who aren’t able to visit the tiny, isolated Himalayan kingdom a chance to take in some of its dramatic vistas.

Apple’s Ex-Retail Chief Readies Service for Web Shoppers

Ron Johnson, who helped build Apple’s successful retail stores before a troubled stint as J.C. Penney CEO, is readying a well-funded startup that aims to help online shoppers find the right products.

More Posts from this Category