The reason therapy doesn’t work

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My brothers are always the first people to send an email to say I misinterpreted research that I’m linking to. (Which I accept as a love note to let me know they …Read More

4 Ways to Combat Substance Abuse at Work

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This piece by Kate Rodriguez was originally published on The Economist’s Executive Education blog here.  U.S. workplaces may be safer than they’ve ever been, but creating policies that support accident-free organisations has become more complicated. This thanks to substance …Read … Continued

Top Reads of the Week: Workplace Equality

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Now that the Human Rights Campaign’s 2018 Corporate Equality Index is out, every organization in the top ten has been trumpeting their big win. But increasing workplace equality is about more than being recognized by this or that campaign (though …Read … Continued

Improvisation Is The Thing

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I recently moved and as part of this effort I’ve become painfully aware of a few things. One — My tools are scattered. Two — The places I used store …Read More

New to HR? How to Prepare for a Meeting

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I know, it’s crazy, you’d think business professionals would know all of the steps to prepare for a meeting, but oh, would you be surprised. Meetings are a major part of the workforce no matter what level or title …Read … Continued

How Important Is Passion?

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A recent Ask A Manager question got me thinking about the importance of passion at work. Allison’s reader asked if it was necessary to fake passion to get a job; if it was ever ok to not be all …Read … Continued

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