1. The act of working in concert with others to push ideas forward 2. A collective approach that promotes accountability and cross-pollination, two critical forces in generating meaningful productive creative output.
You can add all the smiley faces you want: what really leads to miscommunications is a lack of empathy.
By Sasha VanHoven
Micromanagers don't inspire those around them. Instead, aim to push authority as far down in the hierarchy as possible.
By David Marquet
Wil Reynolds, Heidi Grant Halvorson, and Clive Wilkinson share actionable insights at the 2015 99U Conference.
By Tanner Christensen
Team members don't function autonomously — they improvise, listen to one another, and thrive on a network of dependencies.
By Allison Eck
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
Put your ego aside—withholding feedback shortchanges both you and the recipient.
By Christian Jarrett
Not paying attention in a meeting is arrogant.
By Justin Kunkel
Create an "automatic time investment" to ensure you get done all the things you need to move forward.
By Elizabeth Grace Saunders
Women are more likely to be promoted when an organization is already failing. Men are seen as "less masculine" when working for a woman.