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January 2, 2018

Several studies have shown that the experience of work is not always great. Most of us will spend 100,000 hours of our lives at work, and over half of our waking hours of our entire lives will probably be in some work. But only 10% of Americans report that they are eve...

December 19, 2017

Imagine you are scrolling through your newsfeed and see a post you perceive it to be untrue or too biased. You simply hit the “unfollow” or “hide post” and bang, it is gone. Based on these reactions, Facebook’s algorithm learns what you like and dislike seeing, startin...

December 5, 2017

Many company executives try to predict the future by constructing incredibly elaborate long-term business and career plans -which experience demonstrates- rarely materialize.
Several times we pretend to act if the future will be just an outcome of our projections, or e...

November 28, 2017

No one doubts that the ability to communicate well orally is considered a crucial skill effective leaders should master. We see an extensive offer out there of consultants and other types of professionals offering different types of training courses and tips on the art...

October 31, 2017

Long way back in 1922, a journalist by the name of Walter Lippmann introduced the word “stereotype” as a metaphor for a mental picture people form based on their cultural notion. The higher the level of multi-cultural awareness a manager has, the lower the risk of pige...

October 17, 2017

Poseidon, Greek mythology’s God of the Sea, had a son named Procrustes, who occupied a home along the sacred way between Athens and Eleusis where he offered hospitality to passing strangers. He would invite them in for a night’s rest in his iron bed. He bragged that hi...

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