Scott Crabtree spent 24 years climbing the ladder in the gaming and software industries, eventually leading his own engineering team at Intel. And after observing life at companies big and small, he recognized one commonality: The happiest people are the most productive. The difference was so striking to him that he retired and rebooted his career, founding Happy Brain Science to surface and share the … [ Read more ]
Content: Thought Leader | Author: Scott Crabtree | Source: First Round Review | Subjects: Career / Employment, Personal Development
Chris Fralic is a successful VC himself, responsible for First Round’s investments in Warby Parker, Roblox, HotelTonight and Adaptly among others. When asked what’s made his career possible, he’ll tell you outright it’s the relationships — built deliberately over many years. This might sound like a common response, but among his peers, he’s acknowledged to be a world-class super-connector with rarefied expertise.
In this piece, … [ Read more ]
Content: Thought Leader | Author: Chris Fralic | Source: First Round Review | Subjects: Career / Employment, Networking, Personal Development
The co-author of Influencing Up describes how to build a more productive relationship with the boss.
Content: Thought Leader | Authors: Allan R. Cohen, David L. Bradford | Source: Stanford University | Subject: Career / Employment
Carol Bartz is widely-known in Silicon Valley for two things: being a high-profile executive at some of the best-known technology companies, and being a pull-no-punches speaker who says whatever is on her mind. Both traits were in evidence at a recent talk on Wharton’s San Francisco campus during which she discussed how bad bosses can be as instructive as good ones, how important it is … [ Read more ]
Content: Thought Leader | Source: Knowledge@Wharton | Subjects: Career / Employment, Leadership
You are not talented at your job. You never will be. But wait: That’s the good news—because talent, argues Geoff Colvin, doesn’t exist in the first place—at least not in the traditional sense of the word. It is not, he points out, an innate ability. The sooner you realize that Jack Welch, Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, and you were not meant to be great business … [ Read more ]
Content: Thought Leader | Authors: Geoffrey Colvin, Vadim Liberman | Source: The Conference Board Review | Subjects: Career / Employment, Organizational Behavior, Personal Development