Feedback is a gift, but it shouldn’t feel like an ugly Christmas sweater.
So what better time than the holidays to look at how feedback can be used to help a team, an individual, or company excel - without causing hurt feelings or low morale?
Ellie Hearne shares more.
In the business world, trust is rarely talked about but always in demand. In cases where colleagues aren’t collegial, often some element of trust is lacking.
So how you pin down as broad and amorphous a concept as trust and make it work for you? How do you apply it at work?
Qualities we often associate with leadership are overwhelmingly masculine.
So, as we and others work to improve diversity and inclusion in hiring and representation, what can we do in the meantime to enhance how we are perceived, received, and, yes, promoted at work? How can we define our own brands of leadership – and dial-up the qualities that work for us, rather than against us?
Our founder shares insights into our latest workshop offering.
It can be challenging to speak up and have people listen to and remember your contributions - let alone give you credit for them. Ellie Hearne shares three proven techniques for speaking up - and being heard.
How does the person communicate? Brief, to-the-point emails? Long, meandering, sociable phone calls? Detailed follow-up with well-organized bullet points? All of these things represent clues as to how best to communicate with (and sell to) a person.
Here, our founder Ellie Hearne gets into how she landed several Fortune 500 clients, despite an aversion to sales.
How does our CEO and founder Ellie Hearne spend her time?
Maggy London found out when they trailed her from her Brooklyn home to our SoHo office.