Leading posts from August include Preston McSwain's call for more honest and accurate fee disclosures and performance reporting; an examination of Sam Zell's take on the economy by Julie Hammond, CFA; tips on how to ace job interviews by Julia VanDeren; Will Ortel's exploration of what's in a hedge fund name; and an analysis of capital markets during times of war by Mark Armbruster, CFA.
Why do you want to lead? How do you know if you’re on the right track — and the right track for you? Increasingly, authentic leadership is vital to success. Bill George is the author of True North: Discover Your Authentic Leadership and Discover Your True North, among other books. In this interview, George discusses the concept of True North, why it’s unique for everyone, and what’s changed about leadership over the past decade.
A discussion of how to have better client conversations by Isaac Presley, CFA; an analysis of a recent Eugene Fama presentation by Ron Rimkus, CFA; an examination of advice from career expert John Hellmann on how to rev up a sputtering job search by Peter M.J. Gross; a review of Javier Gonzalez's How to Make Money with Global Macro by Marc L. Ross, CFA; and an exploration of Devan Kaloo's assessment of the outlook for emerging market equities by Julie Hammond, CFA, were among the leading posts from Enterprising Investor in July.
Tension, friction, and conflict are common in the workplace, especially when pressure is high. One habit, or nonhabit, in particular, helps to reduce conflict and build trust. It may sound simple, but it's difficult to achieve. The practice is this: Don’t attack people.
Visualization meditation, or creative visualization, is a basic meditation practice that features a tremendous variety and depth of techniques.
Financial Times columnist Lucy Kellaway writes about office life, pushing back against some deep-rooted habits and misconceptions among workers and job applicants alike. She discussed her viewpoints on the financial workplace in a Take 15 interview with Lauren Foster, exploring such subjects as happiness, creativity, and the widespread use of misleading euphemisms.
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