Make the science of positive thinking work for you
A positive thinking mindset, when used wisely, can help leaders reframe circumstances and arrive at more creative solutions, writes LaRae Quy.
Discover how storytelling builds students’ resilience
Making connections with others, which can be aided by storytelling, is a powerful way to develop and nurture resilience in students.
Eye on new shifts in Chinese consumer habits in 2023
Changes in shopping habits by the Chinese consumer offers untapped potential for global brands. Azoya’s Franklin Chu looks at the 2023 trends.
Why leaders need to learn the art of reconciliation
Leaders who learn the art of reconciliation will be better equipped to bring people together and bring unity to the workplace, writes John Baldoni.
Global ideas that show the power of an education servant leader
Involved individuals who practice education servant leadership often are the enthusiasts behind initiatives that benefit students.
Sleep health foods and drinks transform how we rest
Consumers are looking to address their sleep issues, and consumer packaged goods brands are introducing food and beverage products to meet the needs of those customers.
Grow employees with a great leadership development program
An effective leadership development program has clear expectation, support from mentors and peers and a way to measure its success, writes Rashan Dixon.
Fixing STEM education for Black students and teachers
The sad truth is that there is a dire shortage of Black STEM educators. A DonorsChoose survey found that while 15% of public school students are Black males, only 2% of teachers are Black males.
How American Airlines is Navigating Sustainability
Jill Blickstein, Vice President of Sustainability at American Airlines, talks about the latest advancements in sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), fleet upgrades the airline has made to enhance its sustainablility and an AI-enabled system called 'Smart Gating' that conserves fuel and saves time for travelers.
What’s all the hype about customer experience?
There's a lot of hype around customer experience, which can mean different things to different departments. For sales and marketing, CX is about exceeding customer expectations at every step of their journey, and carrying the customer through that process efficiently.
Microcredentials for educators: A powerful professional learning option
Schools can create their own microcredentials for educators to create professional development options that target precise needs.
Grow your profits and social impact with the “Influencer Effect”
Paul Katz explores how what he calls the “influencer effect” can help boost revenue, awareness and community support for brands.
Practicing happiness, working together
In his closing general session at the 2023 ASCD Annual Conference, author and researcher Shawn Achor talks about his work studying happiness and says we may be looking at things backward when we believe attaining certain levels of success will make us happy.
Educators’ future is in blockchain and microcredentials
Educational institutions can move into the future by adopting blockchain, Web3, microcredentials and certificates.
Food retailers infiltrate new categories with private-label products
Store brands. Own brands. Private labels. However food retailers refer to their own lines of product offerings, they are anything but generic, and, bolstered by a number of factors, they are enjoying their time in the spotlight and food retailers are taking advantage of the attention by innovating in more product categories than ever before.
5 characteristics of high-performance organizations
Boost employee performance by building trust, providing critical feedback and recognition as well as opportunities for growth, writes Cyndi Wenninghoff.
Discerning consumers shape food culture trends in 2023
Discerning consumers expect companies to deliver products with great tastes and textures, nutrient density, clean labels, and ethical and sustainable ingredient sourcing and production practices.
Teacher strategies to address student stress and behavior
Teacher care and creativity can help address student stress and behavior by nurturing students while keeping classroom lessons moving.
Tips to help students perform their best in online exams
Creating exams specifically for the internet and focusing on students' mental health help this university's success with online exams.
Customers are partners. Believe otherwise at your peril
Companies that don't view customers as partners may find they won't be so loyal when a crisis hits and they need them, Larry Robertson writes.
What you think you know about QLC SSDs might cost you
This post is sponsored by Solidigm. Tech leaders need every advantage to manage vast data volumes in ways that keep customers, end-users, and CFOs...
5 ways to design more inclusive learning experiences for students
Using Universal Design for Learning when developing courses helps ensure inclusive learning for students in college as well as K-12.