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Sharenting - Why Parents Need to Think Before they Post about their Kids on Social Media

Sharenting is a term used to describe parents who post almost every event in their child's life on social media, often without their knowledge. It's become so irritating to some people that there is an app called Unbaby.me that will replace any kids pictures in your feed with something you love (like bacon or cats).

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Lionel Messi, Tom Brady and Usain Bolt Got Better – So Can Your Innovation Team

Even the best can always get better. Just think of the above top athletes.

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Want to Be a Better Leader? Stop Commanding and Do This Instead

If I asked you to close your eyes and visualize a leader, what image would come to mind?

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10 Of The Best WeChat Mini Program Case Studies

WeChat mini programs (MPs) were launched to much fanfare almost exactly one year ago. The format has really started to take off in the second half of 2017, especially as a way to supercharge WeChat e-commerce.

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Relationships : Underplayed in your Success ?

Career success is often attributed to talent, performance, academic pedigree, and luck. How often do we give credit to the ability to build relationships?

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Innovation is Not for Busy People!

Some time ago I got an interesting comment on innovation in large companies.

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How Leaders Build and Destroy Trust

Trust is the belief or confidence that one party has in the reliability, integrity and honesty of another party. It is the expectation that the faith one places in someone else will be honored. When I asked 537 managers how leaders build and destroy trust, here is what I learned.