HBR Hotlist.2019.08.12: Saying No Without Making Enemies; Making Men into Better Mentors to Women; 3 Traits of Strong Professional Relationships; Making of Great Mentors

Don’t Put a Digital Expert in Charge of Your Digital Transformation, By Nathan Furr, Jur Gaarlandt, Andrew Shipilov: What you need is an expert in organizational change.


How to Say “No” at Work Without Making Enemies by Joseph Grenny: Be confident and explain your thinking.


5 Ways to Respond to Ageism in a Job Interview by Rebecca Zucker: Lead with your energy, not your experience.


Leading Change in a Company That’s Historically Bad At It by Ron Carucci: First, acknowledge past failures.


Great Mentors Focus on the Whole Person, Not Just Their Career by Rick Woolworth: There’s a lot more to us than our jobs.


Will the 4-Day Workweek Take Hold in Europe? by Ben Laker, Thomas Roulet: Here are the pros and cons.


What a “Price Vocabulary” Is, and Why Companies Need One by Utpal M. Dholakia: At Costco, it isn’t random that prices end in .99 or .97.


3 Traits of a Strong Professional Relationship by Darin Rowell: A guide for assessing your work relationships.


What Men Can Do to Be Better Mentors and Sponsors to Women by Rania H. Anderson, David G. Smith: Understand their challenges and help them get ahead.

Posted by Lewis J. Saret, Co-General Editor, Wealth Strategies Journal..

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