CEO and co-founder Stewart Butterfield on what's ahead for Slack and for workplaces, and how he responds to employers who regret using the service.
S. Mitra Kalita's advice on how to move beyond identity-based gift guides toward more sustainable action.
Managers are increasingly burned out. Their levels of stress, physical wellbeing, and work-life balance have been worse than those of the people they manage—and new Gallup data show that gap widening even further.
We've read more than 10,000 pages to cover 41 books this year. Here are our recommendations and takeaways.
Tactics from S. Mitra Kalita for helping your team, and yourself, stay calm and engaged amid end-of-year stress.
How researchers, executives—including the CEOs of Slack, LinkedIn, GoFundMe, and The New York Times—and others answered the question: “What kind of leader do I need to be now?”
The new book 'Bias Interrupted' spells out how a series of small changes to an organization’s practices can make it more inclusive.
S. Mitra Kalita explains what voters’ fear of critical race theory in schools means for workplace diversity.
An interview with Julia Taylor Kennedy, executive vice president of Coqual, about the think tank's research into bias in performance reviews.
What research says about the behaviors and mindsets of successful “impact players.”