Feb 21, 2017
What if you could provide nuanced, objective, personal feedback and improvement for every leader in your organization, from VPs to directors to high-potential managers?
Jan 16, 2017
Think about the last time you needed a little help getting pumped up for a workout, cheering yourself up after an argument, or winding down after a long day. Did you turn to music?
Jan 12, 2017
by Noah Zandan and Mark McKinnon
The most important asset in the news business is trust. When viewers are seeking information, they want to know that it is reliable, especially in the new era of fake news. And if a newscaster loses trust with his or her audience, it’s not long before they see the exits or are reassigned. Just ask Dan Rather or Brian Williams.
Jan 03, 2017
We’ve measured hundreds of thousands of communication samples from leaders across the globe and identified five major trends shaping leadership communications.
Jan 03, 2017
One of our greatest assets here at QC is our global communication database, which contains millions of data points on communications from leaders and professionals around the world, enabling us to build customized benchmarks to show our clients how their communication compares to competitors, peers, and best-in-class communicators.
Nov 21, 2016
Imagine you’re an MBA student. You’re 28 years old and learning the foundations of finance, marketing, operations, and people management. The goal? To become a leader at an American corporation that employs thousands of people, makes something people use every day, pays taxes to fund government improvements to everyday life, and donates a percentage of profits, time, and resources to making the world better.
Nov 10, 2016
Personal Communication Analytics as an Alternative Way to Predict Public Support, and Maybe Even Elections
When Nate Silver predicted Hillary Clinton had only a 71.4 percent chance of winning, he was roundly ridiculed. The New York Times began their election night coverage by predicting Clinton’s chances at around 80 percent, and the Huffington Post gave Hillary a 98.2 percent chance of becoming our 45th president.
But as election results rolled in Tuesday night, it became all too clear: public opinion polling and the election prediction modeling is flawed.
Aug 26, 2016
Wall Street waited with bated breath for Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen’s speech at the Kansas City Fed’s annual economic symposium in Jackson Hole this morning.
Aug 04, 2016
Think about a typical morning at work. Coffee in hand, you greet your colleagues as you head to your office, where the first thing you do is read through emails, replying to anything urgent. You think through your to-do list for the day, then send off a few more emails delegating certain tasks and requesting resources or help with other initiatives. You type out a quick IM to one coworker to set up a meeting about a project you’re working on together. Then you pick up the phone to check in with another coworker on the status of some research he was supposed to send you last week. Suddenly it’s 11:00 and time for the weekly department meeting.
Jun 14, 2016
The Future of Human Communication: How Artificial Intelligence Will Transform the Way We Communicate
It's only a matter of time until Artificial Intelligence is a decision maker in every workplace.