Being thrust into a leadership position for the first time can seem daunting. Here's how to begin your new role on the right foot.
By Scott McDowell
Thanks to the Halo Effect, you, yes you, are susceptible to bias and miscalculation when evaluating others. Don’t let it get to your head.
By David McRaney
When we chunk our lives into "seasons" and "episodes," we are more likely to successfully change ourselves for the better.
By Christian Jarrett
Part one of our recap from the fifth annual 99U Conference.
By Behance Team
Research shows us how to take our collaboration abilities to the next level by avoiding Groupthink and baking in a bit of "ritualized dissent."
Coming up with new strategies is easy. Executing them takes tireless effort and daily diligence.
By Scott Belsky
<br><br>Unless you have relevant experience to back you up, going with your intuition when making tough choices may cause more harm than good.<br><br>
The motivation to think and the motivation to act strike us at different times. Plan your day accordingly.
By Art Markman
Co-founder and CEO Jason Goldberg shares the thinking behind Fab.com's famous pivot and how it translated into incredible success in less than 12 months.
By The 99U Team