Questioning the Q&A

Author Daniel Pink said he started to figure out “intuitively” as a speaker a few years ago that the traditional format of presentation followed by a Q&A was not the best way to end a session. Here's what he does instead.

by Convene Editors


The Worst Time of Day for Productivity

An excerpt from Daniel Pink's "When" discusses the dangers of the "trough," a lull in the afternoon where productivity reaches an all-time low.

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Making Your Vacation Last

Time off is important — but how can you stay relaxed and productive once you get back to the office?

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