HBR Hotlist.2020.01.06: Breaking Free From Anxiety; Elements of Good Judgment; The Post-Holiday Funk is Real & How to Beat It, and more

HOW ANXIETY TRAPS US, AND HOW WE CAN BREAK FREE BY SABINA NAWAZ SOME EXERCISES FOR REFRAMING YOUR FEARS, DOUBTS, AND UNCERTAINTIES. WORK-LIFE BALANCE What Happens When Your Career Becomes Your Whole Identity By Janna Koretz Don’t let the weight of your job squash your sense of self. DEVELOPING EMPLOYEES Real Mentorship Starts with Company Culture, Not Formal … Continue reading HBR Hotlist.2020.01.06: Breaking Free From Anxiety; Elements of Good Judgment; The Post-Holiday Funk is Real & How to Beat It, and more

HBR.Hotlist.2019.12.30: HBR's Favorite 2019 Management Tips; Why Women Don't Self Promote as Much as Men; How to Stop Thinking About Work at 3.00 AM; and more

SUSTAINABILITY Why It’s So Hard to Change People’s Commuting Behavior by Ashley Whillans, Ariella Kristal It’ll take more than subsidizing mass transit or encouraging ride-sharing, according to new research. STRESS How to Stop Thinking About Work at 3am by Rebecca Zucker Five tips for making sure stress doesn’t get in the way of sleep. MANAGING YOURSELF Our Favorite Management Tips … Continue reading HBR.Hotlist.2019.12.30: HBR's Favorite 2019 Management Tips; Why Women Don't Self Promote as Much as Men; How to Stop Thinking About Work at 3.00 AM; and more

HBR Hotlist.2019.12.23: HBR's Favorite 2019 Management Tips; Careers for the Easily Distracted; Avoiding Distractions at Work; Why Don't Women Self Promote as Much as Men

GENDER Why Don’t Women Self-Promote As Much As Men? by Christine Exley, Judd Kessler Research shows it’s not as simple as a lack of confidence. STRESS How to Stop Thinking About Work at 3am by Rebecca Zucker Five tips for making sure stress doesn’t get in the way of sleep. PRODUCTIVITY 10 Quick Tips for Avoiding Distractions at Work by Steve Glaveski … Continue reading HBR Hotlist.2019.12.23: HBR's Favorite 2019 Management Tips; Careers for the Easily Distracted; Avoiding Distractions at Work; Why Don't Women Self Promote as Much as Men

HBR Hotlist.2019.12.16: Avoiding Workplace Burnout; Breaking Bad Habits; Overcoming Your Email Habit; Understanding Destructive Behaviors and More

MANAGING YOURSELFHow to Break Up with Your Bad Habits by Judson BrewerFor good. CRISIS MANAGEMENT6 Signs Your Corporate Culture Is a Liability by Sarah ClaytonAnd what to do about it. TIME MANAGEMENTHow to Overcome Your (Checks Email) Distraction Habit by Maura ThomasGood work requires deep focus. MANAGING ORGANIZATIONSWhat the “Best Companies to Work For” Do Differently by Michael O'MalleyA survey of top-ranked workplace cultures. JOB SEARCHDon’t Let … Continue reading HBR Hotlist.2019.12.16: Avoiding Workplace Burnout; Breaking Bad Habits; Overcoming Your Email Habit; Understanding Destructive Behaviors and More

HBR Hotlist.2019.10.28: Confident Presentations; Secrets of Successful Female Networkers; Cracking the Code of Successful Collaboration

THE BEST-PERFORMING CEOS IN THE WORLD, 2019 BY HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW STAFF THE LATEST EDITION OF HBR’S ANNUAL LIST. COLLABORATION The Truth About Open Offices by Ethan Bernstein, Ben Waber There are reasons why they don’t produce the desired interactions. PRESENTATIONS How to Look and Sound Confident During a Presentation by Carmine Gallo Your audience will make up their minds about … Continue reading HBR Hotlist.2019.10.28: Confident Presentations; Secrets of Successful Female Networkers; Cracking the Code of Successful Collaboration

What Do You Mean I Cannot Take that Money? Duties, Responsibilities, and Ethics for Fiduciaries and the Attorneys Who Advise Them

By Lisa C. Henry & Francis J. Rondoni Chestnut Cambronne PA Minneapolis, Minnesota1 2 With the recent trend to sue anyone and everyone, practitioners should be aware of potential liability for their client’s acts.  Along with claims for malpractice, courts are coming around to considering a legal practitioner being liable for his or her role in … Continue reading What Do You Mean I Cannot Take that Money? Duties, Responsibilities, and Ethics for Fiduciaries and the Attorneys Who Advise Them