The Top Five Regrets of Dying
By Susie Steiner | Reading time: 5 minutes
Bronnie Ware is an Australian nurse who spent several years working in palliative care, caring for patients in the last 12 weeks of their lives. She recorded their dying epiphanies in a blog called Inspiration and Chai, which gathered so much attention that she put her observations into a book called The Top Five Regrets of Dying. This article contains the top regrets as witnessed by Ware.
Making Her Best BET
By Gerrick D. Kennedy | Reading time: 5 minutes
Connie Orlando was appointed executive vice president and head of original programming at BET in 2017, her vision was for the network to become “a vehicle” for storytelling around the black experience. Yet Orlando wasn’t just tasked with keeping a network fresh in this disorienting era of peak TV and cord cutting. She’s also responsible for marching BET toward its future after a company restructuring
How Life Works (in a Nutshell)
By Kieran Setiya | Reading time: 5 minutes
About eight years ago I found myself living a cliché. A tenured philosophy professor at a respected university, I had the career of my dreams. I had made it through graduate school, the arduous climb of publish or perish, and the stress of seeking tenure and promotion. I had a wife, a child, and a mortgage. I was doing what I loved, and yet the prospect of doing more of it, week after week, year after year, began to feel oppressive. I would finish the paper I was writing; I would get it published; I would write another. I would teach this crop of students; they would graduate and move on; more would come along. My career stretched before me like a tunnel. I was having a midlife crisis.
The Future of Leadership Development
By Mihnea Moldoveanu & Das Narayandas | Reading time: 15 minutes
The need for leadership development has never been more urgent. Companies of all sorts realize that to survive in today’s volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous environment, they need leadership skills and organizational capabilities different from those that helped them succeed in the past.