Hello! Read the seven secrets of Indra Nooyi's success by S. Mitra Kalita, and an interview with workplace strategist Erica Keswin on "lunch roulette" and other work rituals. Check out our new book briefings on The Long Game by Dorie Clark and Net Positive by Paul Polman and Andrew Winston. And sign up for our free, virtual Workplace Summit on Nov. 9 and 10—the CEOs of LinkedIn, Slack, and The New York Times are among the speakers.

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Download - A Better Future for Working Parents: A playbook for leaders and organizations

A playbook with advice and actionable strategies for making workplaces work for working parents and other caregivers.

Download - A Better Future for Working Parents: A playbook for leaders and organizations


Interview

How to use rituals to connect with work and retain colleagues

'Lunch roulette' and other practices that help define an organization's culture.

How to use rituals to connect with work and retain colleagues

Book Briefing

'The Long Game' by Dorie Clark: Being a long-term thinker in a short-term world

The new book by Clark, a business-school teacher and consultant, is a step-by-step guide to setting long-term individual goals and going about pursuing them.

'The Long Game' by Dorie Clark:  Being a long-term thinker in a short-term world


Interview

How to use movement and short breaks to fight burnout and be more creative

Silicon Valley executive coach Katia Verresen explains the value of 'abundant thinking.'

How to use movement and short breaks to fight burnout and be more creative

Book Briefing

'Net Positive' by Paul Polman and Andrew Winston: How to make money by solving problems rather than creating them

Polman’s prominence and success as CEO of Unilever, one of the biggest multinationals, make this book important and compelling.

'Net Positive' by Paul Polman and Andrew Winston: How to make money by solving problems rather than creating them

Charter is growing! We’re excited to announce three new members of our leadership team

Cari Romm Nazeer is now Charter’s managing editor, joining the recent additions to Charter’s team of Ari Curtis as design director and Alisha Patel as chief of staff.



Interview

Why the best managers ask more questions

Tania Luna, co-founder of LifeLabs Learning, on what research says about the key skills of great managers.

Why the best managers ask more questions

Book Briefing

'The Exponential Age' by Azeem Azhar: The misunderstood dynamic behind tech’s impact on business and society

In his new book, Azhar argues that there’s an “exponential gap” between changes to society and the responses of institutions, such as governments, which tend to evolve in a slower, linear fashion.

'The Exponential Age' by Azeem Azhar: The misunderstood dynamic behind tech’s impact on business and society