News from McDonald's, Trader Joe's and several CPG companies interested SmartBrief readers this week.
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The most recent SmartBrief on Leadership poll question: How does your organization view older job candidates?
The pandemic-era surge in online shopping has also fueled growth of subscription services offering safe regular deliveries.
When we get in our own heads, we often go negative, even if we are outwardly positive. The key is to recognize this tendency and actively reset yourself. Learn how.
Before John Hunter was a college graduate and budding playwright, he was serving time for assault in a California prison. This program helped him turn around.
The way we think about leadership and performance competencies is out of date. We need a realignment that matches with what actually motivates people.
A parody of a Justin Timberlake song to talk about plexiglass in classrooms and other funny videos have made elementary school principal Nick Holtvluwer a hit on TikTok and other social platforms. See how he does it.
RangeMe’s Brandon Leong looks at retail trends created by the coronavirus pandemic and three key trends we can expect in 2021.
Most senior leaders have never been asked to manage their work culture. Most don’t know how.
Educating students about the accomplishments of impressive Black leaders and many others can help cultivate a more diverse future generation of mathematicians, environmentalists, inventors, scientists, and more, says DreamBox Learning CEO Jessie Woolley-W
Educators are facing a different landscape for Black History Month this year. Here’s how they are shifting practice out of necessity, relevancy.
How to be prudent as we move from response to recovery.
Rather than set unrealistic goals of returning to business as usual, restaurateurs would be wise to focus on making off-premises sales a sustainable part of their business for the foreseeable future, a panel of independent restaurant operators said.