Despite the common misconception, innovative technologies are not confined to renewable energy. They are driving changes in dirty hydrocarbons, too, indeed often making them far less dirty and far more efficient ways of supplying our energy needs. The pace of technological...
Despite the common misconception, innovative technologies are not confined to renewable energy. They are...
The concept of "servant leadership" is capturing a lot more headlines today — and rightfully so. It's an ancient concept, offered to us as early as the 6th century B.C. by Lao Tzu, as recorded in the "Tao Te Ching." A few thousand years later, we're finally waking...
Truly effective leaders possess more than drive, ambition and charisma. While those traits are important, it's leaders who've reached the pinnacle of self-fulfillment and acceptance who are the most dynamic and successful. Great leaders also have a high degree of emotional...
The challenge of developing future leaders can loom as a daunting prospect. One reason for this view is the belief that early career experiences and leadership roles are completely distinct entities. In reality, many of the skills required for success at various organizational...
The transition to management isn't easy. One study found it was almost as stressful as divorce. No wonder people screw it up. Author Lindsey Pollak says there are seven classic mistakes that first-time managers make – and they're highly avoidable.
The third cargo of condensate, or ultra-light oil, since the U.S. eased its 40-year export ban has been loaded on a tanker and departed for Japan, according to shipping sources and data. Japanese refiner Cosmo Oil chartered Panamax tanker Lian Ping Hu, which loaded the...
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