There’s a high chance your boss, or even the likes of Steve Jobs, are high on the psychopath spectrum, says Oxford University psychologist Kevin Dutton.
For quite some time now, anger management has been treated much like entertainment, what with it being one of the ‘disorders of choice’ among the Hollywood gliteratti.
It's one thing to be taking advice from Oprah.com. (Sometimes we can't resist.) But when Forbes.com comes out with a list? Then we really should pay attention.
Since 2008, many of us have had to change our attitudes towards work. In some cases, are now working solely as a means to paying the bills, as opposed to also finding fulfillment. This makes finding inspiration outside of work even more important.
You’ve been in back-to-back meetings for what seems like two weeks. You can scroll through your unread messages on your BB for a full five minutes. And by the way, when was the last time you got your full eight hours a night?
It is always exciting to overhear the conversations of people planning to do something bad, and there is something disturbingly compelling about reading the emails and instant messages exchanged by Barclays bankers in the process of rigging interest rates for their own gain.
If so, you'll want to watch this video on The Power of Introverts from TED.
Restaurants are starting to teach waiters to read their tables. Want to know what you're saying?
A recent article suggests we give up 15 things in order to be happy. But really, even giving up one thing would help.
The 'must read' article of the moment is called "What if the Secret to Success is Failure?" It was published last week in the New York Times, and whether you're considering your own character or that of a progeny, it's worth a read.