Every corporate leader stands to hone their interpersonal skills and become a better person by lending a simple hand to those in need.
Consider America’s corporate titans as examples. Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates created a foundation with his now ex-wife, Melinda, to improve public health and eradicate poverty worldwide. Warren Buffett gave $2.9 billion of his personal fortune to nonprofits just this year -- and plans to part with all but one percent of his wealth over the next few decades. Michael Bloomberg, the majority owner and co-founder of Bloomberg L.P., regularly supports complex
If you had to identify one hurdle preventing you from achieving your career goals, what would it be?
If you list productivity as a dominant weakness of yours, you have something in common with more than half the workforce. Over 50 percent of employees struggle with staying on task at work. Technology is partly to blame. All of these employees admit that their smartphones are a curse to their productivity. But then there's all the other factors that contribute to ineffectiveness: boredom, burnout, and lack of on-the-job training, just to name a few.
Productivity is such a shared struggle