Bias creeps up on us when we least expect it.
By The 99U Team
Leaders should always have the phrase “What do you recommend?” at the ready.
By David Marquet
To please the powerful, flattery will get you no where. Instead, focus on learning and aiding the other person's goals.
By Heidi Grant Halvorson
Fostering healthy disagreements in meetings is key to surfacing the best ideas. But first, you need to set the right structure, roles, and limits.
By Erica Dhawan
When we unfairly criticize others, we're creating a unnecessary roadblock for our own work.
By Lauren Bacon
Brainstorming is required before solving any problem. But to do it right, try instituting these very specific exercises.
By Levi Brooks
From Trey Parker and Matt Stone to Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis, what makes some partnerships thrive while others fizzle out?
By Joshua Wolf Shenk
On a midsummer afternoon in 1957, a church fundraiser altered the course...
By Ron Friedman
Asking questions shows your clients that you are curious and inquisitive. Make the wrong assumptions and it could cost you the job.
By Emily Cohen