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The Great Resignation has left business leaders looking for new ways to attract and retain talent. Could building corporate empathy be part of the solution?
Ikigai is a old Japanese word which roughly translates as a reason for being. How can it help organizations and their employees thrive in today's world?
Management professor Ronnie Lee warns aspiring entrepreneurs of the problems that creating an egalitarian workplace could cause and its potential failure.
Sidney Poitier played a pivotal role during the civil rights movement. After his recent passing, we remember him as an icon of the film industry.
A new survey shows that people around the globe are feeling more positive about 2022. Undaunted by COVID-19, climate change and inflation, they expect a better year to come.
The Great Resignation has seen more people quit their jobs. Here's how companies can retain their talent and built conducive work environments in future.
Professor Jonah Berger researched why people tend to hold onto things that they never use, after pondering why his 'interview shoes' held special value.
A new survey reveals how people feel about their jobs and what they expect from their employers. We outline how organizations can attract and retain staff.
The world needs altruistic leaders to address climate change but all too often power brings out the worst in people. How can we cultivate better leaders?
Universities provide an environment to shape the world in which we want to live and help students contribute to an equitable world.
With global inequality widening and communities increasingly polarized, we must embrace our common humanity in order to heal society and move forward into a 'new economy'
COVID-19 is driving birthrates down globally – but it's not the only thing behind the global fertility decline. Here's what's happening and why it matters.
The term crowdfunding was coined in 2006 but having a large number of people contribute to a cause has occurred throughout human history.
Kate Johnson, president of Microsoft U.S., explains what courage means to her and how harnessing empathy and hope is key to successful leadership.