Executive Coach, Best-Selling Author of Bankable Leadership
Tasha Eurich is a New York Times best-selling
author. She holds a doctorate in organization psychology and writes about psychology and the workplace. Eurich’s research has been published in peer-reviewed journals, and she regularly speaks to audiences around the world, including her recent TEDx talk. As the founder of The Eurich Group, she helps companies from start-ups to the Fortune 100 succeed by improving their leaders’ and teams’ effectiveness.
People who admit their mistakes can take more risks than egomaniacs who need to be perfect.
You know what you have to do. That little voice in your head keeps repeating it.
If you're angling for a seat in the C-suite you better know tech and you have to understand people.
People who give, especially when they don't have to, are happier, healthier and less stressed.
Focus on making a little progress each day instead of overwhelming yourself with the enormity of what lies ahead.
Behind every unanswered email in your inbox is a somebody drawing unpleasant conclusions about you.
Three things you should understand about failure.
How people look at things has a lot to do with what they see. Leaders are wise to question their assumptions and take a look from different angles.
The smartest executives dreamed big, failed well and knew themselves.
By building a culture of candor, you get an honest assessment of your leadership skills without employees being worried about possible negative ramifications.
Virtual meetings, a necessity for dispersed teams, offer many advantages, if structured correctly.
Affordable Care Act
Company health insurance is no longer enough to keep would-be entrepreneurs tethered to corporate jobs.
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