Kellogg School of Management Executive Education Newsletter
Professor Harry Kraemer
  After years of intensive analysis, Google discovers the key to good teamwork is being nice
Nice guys (and girls) don't finish last. On a team, kindness is key to success. [Leading High-Impact Teams]

Why everyone should have a job they hate
When your job isn't a good fit, you learn invaluable lessons about building character—and yourself. [The Strategy of Leadership]

The most effective way to give your employees feedback
Preface your statements with this key phrase to deliver quality feedback. [The Sphere of Leadership]

Want to be successful with content marketing? Teach, don't sell
Content is king, so create a dynasty by developing material with engaging, useful information to win customers. [Strategic Marketing Communications]

How clothing choices affect and reflect your self-esteem
Psychology proves that clothes really do make the man and can affect not just how you feel, but how others perceive you. [The Advanced Management Programs]

How to design your office for maximum productivity (and happiness)
Building an ideal office space goes beyond selecting an open or closed design. Allow employees to personalize their space to make their workdays brighter. [Creating and Leading a Culture of Innovation]

Does your business model look to the future or just defend the present?
Businesses that can adapt to future technology innovations are well-equipped to grow and flourish. [Delivering Business Growth]

April 2016 Edition
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