"The best way forward is to forget about winning in the short run." Instead, we should concentrate on learning from what our audience tells us. That's how we can innovate and create something useful and meaningful.
COVID has upended work for many of us: Dory Clark offers some tips to remake our work selves.
"What would it look like if work and family weren't a zero-sum game, but instead represented a series of deliberate strategic choices?"
Keeping focused on your long-term career during hard times
In a world constantly flooded with social media posts on multiple accounts, these five strategies will help you stand out from the crowd on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, YouTube, Instagram and other platforms.
Cybersecurity CEO Robert Herjavec, one of the stars of ABC's Shark Tank, offers frank advice to entrepreneurs on running—and building a business in the age of COVID: "Some things have changed forever."
With millions out of work, it might seem like a risky time to ask for a raise or negotiate a salary offer. But with companies more desperate than ever to hire top talent, it's actually an ideal time—as long as you're smart about how you word the ask.
Practical tips for alleviating the amped-up levels of stress so many employees and managers are feeling these days from executive coach Chester Elton and Dorie Clark, host of Newsweek's "Better" interview series on LinkedIn Live.
The pandemic is forcing almost everyone to juggle more responsibilities than they used to—and causing a lot of stress in the process. In this excerpt from 'Better,' Newsweek's LinkedIn Live series, experts Dorie Clark and Tiffany Dufu explain how dropping a few balls can actually help your career.
What I've learned, through my personal experience and writing a book on the future of work, is this: True security is never allowing ourselves to become dependent on one employer.