As the claws come out and sanctions are imposed by the West against Russian President Vladimir Putin's government, energy may also hold the key to how the situation will develop. Many doubt that the tit-for-tat sanctions seen so far will expand to anything more meaningful,...
Numerous studies reaffirm the contribution of women to the workplace across all industries. But in the...
Leaders are placed under a tremendous amount of pressure to be relatable, human and … nice. Many yield to this instinct, because it feels much easier to be liked. Few people want to be the bad guy. But leaders are also expected to make the tough decisions that serve...
Sigmund Freud once remarked that all his life he wrestled with "the demon" — the demon of irrationality. When individuals in positions of power refuse to acknowledge the extent to which irrationality governs their lives, the entire organization suffers. Business executives...
Leaders fall too easily into the trap of seeing the people who work for them as employees first and people second. Yet, it's the people who determine whether or not your company will be successful. How can leaders better understand what drives employees and how to deal with...
What's your gut reaction when an employee makes a poor suggestion during a meeting? Do you nod and try to appease him or her with a noncommittal, "Yeah, that's a good idea. We should look into that?" Or do you respond honestly by saying, "That's not the direction we want...
U.S. imports of petroleum and liquid fuel sources should dip to 25 percent by the mid 2010s before rising again by 2040, the Department of Energy said. The Energy Information Administration started the first in a series of phased rollouts from its annual outlook for 2014.
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