Posts By: Robby Slaughter

Five Great Ideas for Successful Leaders

I’m always skeptical of “universal truths” and other absolute statements. But a post from the Refresh Leadership Blog offers five great ideas for people who want to be successful. (more…)

The Shared Workplace in The Sharing Economy

Macrotrends. Two big changes in the U.S. economy are colliding and complementing each other: the notion of the “sharing economy” and the rise of the “shared workplace.” A big, multipart report explains the trend. (more…)

Bigger Is Better: How Large Monitors Can Change Workflow

There are some things that we assume everyone knows. You can estimate the length of a second by saying “one mississippi.” If there is food on the floor, an unsupervised dog will eat it. And increasing the size of your screen increases your productivity. (more…)

Tips For Having Multiple Presenters

At a recent seminar, I watched as four different presenters stumbled to give different talks while the audience devoured their lunch. If you’ve got multiple people speaking in one session, here are some tips to make the event go smoothly. (more…)

Please Stop Using Myers-Briggs

You don’t have to spend long in the business world to run across personality tests. They are touted as the answer to everything. They aren’t, and in fact, they often cause more problems than they solve. (more…)

How Commuting is Ruining Everything

Hopefully you’re not reading this from behind the wheel of your car, but chances are you have logged some serious dashboard time yet today. The commute is to blame for countless problems in our society. We have to fix it. (more…)