Problems you’ll face in the future thanks to robotics, genomics, and big data

Displaced workers, designer babies, the death of privacy and proliferation of cybercrime… How will you and your business respond to a few of the most problematic issues that the industries of the future are going to raise? “For most of the world’s 7.2 billion people, innovation and globalization have created opportunity the likes of which…

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How pride strengthens your leadership: motivation, efficiency, and influence

“Vanity is wanting to appear as though you are something; ambition is wanting to be something; self-regard is believing you are something; and pride is knowing what you are worth” — these words, attributed to the Polish statesman Edward Raczynski, reflect the ambiguity that persists around the concept of pride. Often confused with arrogance or…

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Build your emotional agility at work

What are your biggest emotional mine fields at work? Consider what may be holding you back from navigating your job with greater emotional agility. 1/ GUARD AGAINST THE FOUR MOST-COMMON MENTAL HOOKS To make life easier, everyone puts people, things, and experiences into quick and simple mental categories. Too often, however, our heuristics become hooks…

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Emotional agility

The workplace is almost always an emotional minefield. If you are like most people, a typical day at the office raises all kinds of challenging, involuntary thoughts and feelings. The question is: do you have the “emotional agility” to put your inner turmoil to good use, or do you just run from it? How do…

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