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The Best Bosses Are Humble Bosses

An article in The Wall Street Journal notes that many corporate employers are realizing they’ve missed one of the most important traits of leadership: ...


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Famous CEOs Who Write Personal Thank You Notes

Each year, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg gives himself a personal discipline challenge. In 2013, it was to meet a new person who doesn't ...


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Outpouring of Support for Actor in Retail-Shaming Photo

Geoffrey Owens was doing what many freelance workers do during a down season—working a regular retail shift—when someone took a photo that ...


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How a Chicago Church Empowers People through Work

Here's one positive story about how a church got creative to minister to the needs of its community. After purchasing an abandoned, run-down pool hall ...


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The Craziest Late-to-Work Excuses

The rain, a pileup on the freeway—"the boss has heard them all," said Gene Marks in The Washington Post. Excuses for being late to work are essentially ...


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It Pays to Give Thanks at the Office

In a survey of 2,000 Americans on gratitude, some 80 percent agreed that receiving gratitude makes them work harder, but only 10 percent managed to express ...


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Burger King Offers Free Whoppers to People Who Have Been Fired

Burger King, the quick service restaurant chain known for its flame broiled hamburgers, launched a PR campaign recently with an interesting premise: publicly ...


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Job Applicant Sacrificed Integrity for Money

In his book Every Good Endeavor, Pastor Tim Keller provides the following helpful illustration:

At twenty-seven years old, Howard was given an opportunity ...

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Too Busy? Take a 'Shultz Hour.'

New York Times columnist David Leonhardt says we all need to take a regular "Shultz Hour." Leonhardt explains:

When George Shultz was Secretary of State ...

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Americans Perceive Overworked People as Having High Status

Taking the afternoon off for a round of golf or enjoying a beach holiday in a five-star resort were once signs of having "made it." But according to a ...


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