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Past articles by Richard:

The founder of #MeToo explains why her movement isn't about 'naming and shaming,' and how she's fighting to reclaim its narrative

Me Too Movement founder Tarana Burke wants to steer #MeToo away from media sensationalism and office politics. → Read More

Tony Hsieh once ran a radical organizational experiment that prompted 14% of employees to quit. Here's an inside look at how the late Zappos CEO made his self-management vision a reality.

The retailer is now fully committed to operating without manager roles, job titles, or a traditional hierarchy. → Read More

The 6 fundamental skills you need to win any argument, according to the coach of one of the world's best college debate teams

Cornell's debate team coach shares the best strategies ahead of the first debate between President Donald Trump and Joe Biden. → Read More

Netflix is betting on the co-CEO model. Here's why it's worked for some companies like Warby Parker, but not for others like Deutsche Bank.

Oracle, Whole Foods, and Chipotle have all tried co-CEOs. The structure can be practical, but it comes with a unique set of challenges. → Read More

How Microsoft is using AI to make the planet greener — and what other companies can learn from its environmental game plan

Microsoft has given out 230 grants to fund the use of AI to address climate change, and it levies a "carbon fee" for all businesses it works with. → Read More

There are 2 types of purpose, according to a Harvard professor — but only one of them boosts company productivity. Here's the question every manager should be asking to focus on the right kind of purpose.

HBS professor Rebecca Henderson said the data showed a major output gap between the top 10% of productive companies and the rest. The reason is purpose. → Read More

A retired Navy SEAL commander explains how the tactics he used to collaborate with the Army and Marines can work just as well in the office conference room

Jocko Willink said that effective collaboration comes from strong working relationships, and that those are built on humility. → Read More

A former Navy SEAL commander says most meetings should be avoided — but if you need to have one, here's how to structure it for success

Jocko Willink said his two decades in the SEALs taught him short, efficient meetings are always better than long ones that leave room for quibbling. → Read More

A top C-suite headhunter who's placed more than 100 execs in major companies shares his favorite job-interview questions — and the answers he's looking for

Boyden's Roger Duguay wants to know if a prospective leader can be humble, transparent, and introspective. → Read More

The CEO of Ben & Jerry's says executives keep making the same mistake when it comes to defining their company's mission

Ben & Jerry's CEO Matthew McCarthy has seen firsthand how a social purpose can boost employee and customer engagement — as long as it's authentic. → Read More

Levi's found a way to make hemp feel like cotton, and it could have big implications for your wardrobe

Levi's debuted a soft cotton-hemp blend, and its head of innovation expects to have 100% cottonized-hemp garments in five years. → Read More

A top industry consultant reveals the 2 key reasons why he thinks US banks are beginning to raise their voices on climate change and sustainability issues

PwC's US head, Tim Ryan, told us that American banks are both excellent at assessing risk and well positioned to lead on investing in green business. → Read More

Western Union's CEO explains why leaving corporations to lead societal change is wrong, and why it must come down to citizens making decisions

Western Union CEO Hikmet Ersek has driven his company to embrace ESG policies. But he wants Davos attendees to recognize the systemic challenges. → Read More

A retired Navy SEAL commander of one of America's most decorated special ops teams reveals how to have difficult conversations for getting underperforming teams back on track

Jocko Willink told us why ego is the biggest impediment to constructively tackling challenges as a team. → Read More

A former Navy SEAL commander has a checklist every new leader should review daily. Here's his best advice for avoiding 'imposter syndrome' and earning respect

Jocko Willink said the only type of person not fit to be a leader is someone who feels entitled to leadership. → Read More

24 people who became highly successful after age 40

From designer Vera Wang to KFC founder Colonel Sanders, these success stories prove it's never too late. → Read More

AOL's cofounder is touring the country to fund startups outside Silicon Valley. Here are the next states he's visiting, and how entrepreneurs can vie for a chunk of $300 million.

The venture capital firm Revolution is taking its second $150 million seed fund on the road, and this time it's headed to America's heartland. → Read More

12 timeless lessons from the 1937 classic 'How to Win Friends and Influence People,' the book Warren Buffett says transformed his life

Dale Carnegie's self-help classic is also one of the top 10 most-checked-out books in the history of the New York Public Library. → Read More

How bosses can use a Wharton professor's simple management exercise to bring out the full potential of any employee

Wharton professor Adam Grant told an audience at Davos that he's seen how internal training can be more effective than searching for new talent. → Read More

Ray Dalio says that everybody is missing the key metric for saving America's economy from inequality — productivity

Ray Dalio said that the US must boost productivity through investments in things like education, and through bipartisan action. → Read More