Month: January 2021

While prompted by the coronavirus pandemic, the environmental impact of working remotely cannot be ignored, and some climate change advocates hope to spark further efforts. Turning on your video camera for Zoom meetings instead of driving to work and meeting in-person has already made a difference in our environmental footprint, but some researchers are wondering
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“Nonresistance is the key to the greatest power in the universe.” ~Eckhart Tolle I cannot say that I didn’t struggle in my life. But there’s one area in which I have overcome the challenges I was facing with hardly an effort: letting go of the eating disorder I was suffering from, getting rid of the
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Leadership accountability is the first order of business in a new administration, governmental or commercial. And it’s a must-have component underlying any strong, purpose-driven organizational culture.  Incoming Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin announced this week that senior Pentagon leaders have two weeks to provide him with reports on the status of sexual assault prevention programs in
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As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, some people have avoided in-person visits to their doctor and more clinics are offering Telehealth services. Dr. Parminder Singh, a managing director of clinical services based in Toronto, says the pandemic has catalyzed the end experience of virtual care. Singh joined The Morning Show to explain when in-person check-ups are
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Leveraging data from the largest research study conducted on organizational culture, book showcases interviews and case studies from some of the world’s top CEOs and companies  Seattle, January 12, 2021 – Corporate culture matters—and research proves culture is inextricably linked to organizational performance. With a new year upon us, and organizations that have been unintentionally
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Takeaway: Traditional goals are kind of overrated: they don’t have a natural end point, and sometimes not much even changes when we accomplish them. It’s far more productive to focus on projects and habits.  Estimated Reading Time: 4 minutes, 18s. I’ve been thinking a lot about goals lately. This post is the first of three in a short series sharing a few disparate ideas I
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By April Bernstein Updated January 25, 2021 Photo by Chandler Cruttenden on Unsplash By April Bernstein Updated January 25, 2021 Photo by Chandler Cruttenden on Unsplash I have never seen a season more unapologetically bold than the winter. Each step it takes is filled with an elegant confidence that pulls you in. And there’s a
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To encourage … or to require? A new survey by the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp) found that employers are far more comfortable with encouraging (68%) employees to receive the COVID-19 vaccine once it’s widely available than they are requiring inoculation (5%).   Having settled on encouragement, organizations have answered a core question. But that
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