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7 Awful Things Leaders Do To Their Employees

We focus a lot on what leaders can do to improve, but we often forget to analyze our current actions and which behaviors we need to stop doing. Most likely, you aren’t an awful leader, but there are definitely some things you don’t want creeping into your relationships with your employees.

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Don't Program Artificial Intelligence, Let it Self-Play

In 1997 an IBM computer called Deep Blue famously defeated the world chess champion, Russian Gary Kasparov. It was seen as a seminal victory for a machine over the human brain. Deep Blue had been programmed by chess experts who gave it all the tactics and strategies known in chess.

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Trends for Every Salesperson

Every profession goes through changes, especially sales. A certain sales technique may have worked in the past, but that doesn’t mean it’ll work today. To be a top-performing salesperson today and in the future, you must continuously adapt to both market and social conditions.

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Why Bad Leaders Focus on Being Friends First

It's human nature to want to be liked. While there is nothing wrong with this desire, it may be hurting your ability to lead others effectively. 

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Is Crowd-Sourced Management the Future of Football?

Think you know more about the beautiful game than Guardiola? Then you might be interested in the new football management app being used in French football, which gives control of key decisions to the fans of the team.

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Body Language Tricks You Need to Know in Job Interviews

Job interviews can often feel like you are under a microscope. Job candidates are aware that they are being assessed for competence, confidence, and candor. But what about the interviewer? An interviewer’s body language can speak louder than words. Here's how to tell what the interviewer really thinks:

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Changes in Manufacturing: How Will Different Generations Adapt?

We categorize everything, from subgenres of music to which foods are the healthiest. But most categorization occurs between generational differences in the workforce and what success means to both, especially in manufacturing.