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Physicians are learning to create deeper relationships with patients to improve health outcomes, says Cleveland Clinic neurologist Adrienne Boissy.
Frank Ahrens was a reporter for The Washington Post before joining Hyundai as head of communications and experiencing culture shock upon moving to Seoul.
The U.S. recognizes how important college is -- for individuals and for society. Yet, by failing to provide a sustainable way to pay for it, we have painted ourselves into[…]
Many product innovations flop because companies focus on features instead of the job for which customers ‘hire’ them, a new book argues.
Pride is a complicated emotion. It can propel human beings to dizzying heights or tear people apart. And for some business leaders, it can be corrosive.
In certain periods of history, people sense that society is running at break-neck speed. We are in such a period now, says author Darrell West.
A new book by Elaine C. Kamarck of the Brookings Institution looks at how major failures by U.S. presidents come about -- and how some may be preventable.
Emotional agility is important to well-being and relationships, including those at work. But how can you achieve it? A top psychologist offers strategies.
There was another woman behind the throne in FDR’s White House besides Eleanor – his personal secretary Missy LeHand, writes biographer Kathryn Smith.
Penn psychology professor Angela Duckworth’s book on grit, passion and perseverance compels a rethink on how we identify and nurture skills.