Personality

Leadership

The Surprising Benefits of Being a First Born

A study says first borns are more likely to end up as CEOs or politicians.
Family

What Anyone Can Learn From Watching David Letterman's Mother

Dorothy Mengering, a beloved 'Late Show' fixture, dies at 95.
Hiring

Hiring Brilliant Jerks Can Cost You the Culture That Brought Success

It may take time, but involve everyone, and find the right fit.
Networking

How to Encourage Networking That Boosts Company Culture

Social hours and mixer-style events aren't the only ways for employees to connect beyond work meetings. The best conversations -- and internal relationships -- grow from a range of different interactions.
Emotional Intelligence

11 Signs That You Lack Emotional Intelligence

These are the behaviors that you want to eliminate from your repertoire.
Introverts

How Thinking Like an Introvert Can Help You Get Ahead in Business

Research suggests that introverts possess qualities that can rocket them to the top of their fields.
Success

9 Things Every Type B Person Wishes You Knew

Since Type Bs aren't as in your face as Type As, they have a tendency to get mislabeled as lazy or indifferent.
Success Strategies

Here Are 5 Characteristics of Grit. How Many Do You Have?

If you have them, you'll be better equipped to handle the challenges life throws at you.
Success Strategies

The Keys to Success Behind a Multi-Million-Dollar Construction Company

Josh Downing has been declared online platform Thumbtack's first 'millionaire professional.'
Project Grow

The Leadership Styles Clinton and Trump Use to Connect With Supporters

Whether voters are with her or want to make America great again might well depend on how they're hardwired to respect collaboration or a more direct approach.
Branding

3 Brand Building Secrets From Beauty Expert Michelle Phan

Remember, you're a human being, not a collection of images and posts.
Relationship Building

5 Classic Personality Types in Business and How to Work With Each

Understand yourself better to become more effective at working with others.
Personality Type

Personality Tests: Helpful Tool or Lazy Shortcut?

Just as a map is not the territory, neither is a personality type the person you're hiring. Be a team builder, not a exam proctor.
Stress

How Your Personality Type May Be Stressing You Out at Work

A new study by Deloitte researchers divides workers into four personality types to analyze how common workplace stressors affect different people.
Success

9 Types Of People Who Never Succeed At Work

We all know the types: the person who won't stop talking when you're trying to meet a deadline, the one who blatantly takes credit for your ideas or the one who callously leaves you to pull an all-nighter to fix their mistake. The list goes on.
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