HBR: America’s Loneliest Workers, According to Research

America’s Loneliest Workers, According to Research Harvard Business Review, Shawn Achor, Gabriella Rosen Kellerman, Andrew Reece, and Alexi Robichaux March 19, 2018 A hundred fifty years ago, poet Emily Dickinson described loneliness as “the horror not to be surveyed, but skirted in the dark.” Had she been running a modern company, she might have felt differently. Loneliness…

HBR: If Your Spouse’s Work Life is Stressful, Design a Healthier Home Life

If Your Spouse’s Work Life is Stressful, Design a Healthier Home Life Harvard Business Review, Michelle Gielan January 9, 2018 Watching someone suffer from stress and burnout — and feeling powerless to help — is an awful experience. But it’s a reality for many married professionals who see their spouses staggering under the weight of constant demands from the…

FORBES: Using Intention to Overcome Intimidation in the Board Room

Using Intention to Overcome Intimidation in the Board Room Forbes, Amy Blankson December 6, 2017 Robin Chase is a self-proclaimed transportation entrepreneur and activist. She co-founded both Zipcar, which became the largest car-sharing company in the world, and Veniam, a network company that mobilizes vehicle data. Although Robin’s experience in tech is vast, admittedly, her transition…

FORBES: What We Can Learn From Dubai About Overcoming Gender Discrimination In The Field Of Technology

What We Can Learn From Dubai About Overcoming Gender Discrimination In The Field Of Technology Forbes, Amy Blankson November 26, 2017 Dr. Aisha Bin Bishr grew up curious. She couldn’t help but wonder what went on behind the closed doors of the men’s majlis, where women were not permitted. Her father, a prominent figure in Sharjah,…