(...) personal care products such as shampoos, soaps and toothpastes. “I don’t put anything that foams or(...)

When feedback sessions are poorly delivered, they harm employee engagement and productivity levels

(...) explanation rather than mere description, of the person’s behaviour. You are not making it personal When(...)

Healthy communication is tied to productivity and connectedness at work

(...)” (personal and public). Daily interactions – from the elevator to the parking lot – represent opportunities(...)

Eoghan McCabe: he is already on his third company Intercom, having seen his second, Exceptional, sold for an undisclosed sum

(...) more personal and human experience. So customers being treated like statistics, like just another(...)

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(...) want to know whether someone will fit into the organisation on a personal level,” he says. Eardley says(...)

David Marcus, vice president of messaging products at Facebook, speaks during the Facebook F8 Developers Conference in San Francisco, earlier this year. Photograpr: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg

(...) service. The personal digital assistant, called “M”, will be able to answer questions with live human(...)

The study found 46% of Irish teenagers prefer not to reveal their identity online. Photographer: Bloomberg

(...) the web anonymously, 65 per cent of Irish parents worry their child may give away personal information(...)

John Burke: unsure if there was a market for the boxes, he set about making handcrafted replicas

(...) get a personal call, you probably want to go somewhere to take it without everyone else overhearing(...)

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Google’s Sundar Pichai: it appears that seemingly minor details, ranging from a person’s economic background to whether or not he has a daughter, can be predictive of a chief executive’s tenure

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