Why are failure and adversity so necessary for success? Andy Andrews knows from personal experience.
Whether you're dealing with a divorce, death of a loved one or some other drastic, life-altering event, it is possible to prepare yourself for adversity.
For any team, the only acceptable result should be winning. But all too often, things don't go as planned--and when first this project and then that project veer off course, teams start showing signs of a disease that can kill execution. Read on to find out how the disease of "failing elegantly" can infect your organization and how to cure it.
According to a study by Leadership IQ, the youngest workers are the least satisfied.
Leading Advocates for Work/Life Balance and Women Pair to Honor the Nation's Most Progressive Law Firms
How is the challenge of diversity actually playing itself out in the legal profession? Is it just the latest buzzword? Or is it a necessary strategy for improving relations with clients, enhancing innovation and building future business?
With a bit of creativity any attorney can find a way to work remotely. This article discusses tips on how one attorney was able to break free from her office.
While rules for business attire have changed significantly in the last decade, in both "business" and "business casual" dress environments, few employers have yet dared to raise a crucial question: What about ethnic and religious styles?
Read on to learn more about employer obligations regarding workplace safety and the steps companies can take to prevent violence form occurring.
Displaying appropriate business etiquette can often make the difference between whether a client will hire you, whether others want to work with you, or whether your boss chooses to put you on an important project, or considers you for a raise or a promotion.