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- 10/03/19--15:03: _Regaining Confidence
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- 10/04/19--08:05: _GDP Is Not a Measur...
- 10/07/19--05:19: _Research: People Wa...
- 10/07/19--06:09: _Why Some Rules Are ...
- 10/07/19--07:09: _Will a Bachelor’s D...
- 10/07/19--08:09: _Why Companies Do “I...
- 10/07/19--08:54: _Social Anxiety and ...
- 10/07/19--10:54: _Introducing Season ...
- 10/08/19--05:14: _Advice on Launching...
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- 10/08/19--07:19: _Why You Should Writ...
- 10/08/19--08:04: _The CEO of Dick’s S...
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- 10/03/19--15:03: Regaining Confidence
- 10/03/19--15:03: Closing the Gender Wealth Gap
- 10/04/19--05:20: 5 Things Leaders Do That Stifle Innovation
- 10/04/19--06:02: Melinda Gates on Fighting for Gender Equality
- 10/04/19--06:10: Where Online Learning Goes Next
- 10/04/19--07:20: Who Supports Diversity Policies? It Depends on the Policy
- 10/04/19--07:40: Melinda Gates Q&A: A Billion Dollars for Gender Equality
- 10/04/19--08:05: GDP Is Not a Measure of Human Well-Being
- 10/07/19--05:19: Research: People Want Their Employers to Talk About Mental Health
- 10/07/19--06:09: Why Some Rules Are More Likely to Be Broken
- 10/07/19--07:09: Will a Bachelor’s Degree Matter as Much for Gen Z?
- 10/07/19--08:09: Why Companies Do “Innovation Theater” Instead of Actual Innovation
- 10/07/19--08:54: Social Anxiety and Success
- 10/07/19--10:54: Introducing Season Four
- 10/08/19--05:14: Advice on Launching a Tech Startup When You’re Not a White Man
- 10/08/19--06:09: Are You Sugarcoating Your Feedback Without Realizing It?
- 10/08/19--07:19: Why You Should Write Down Your Company’s Unwritten Rules
- 10/08/19--08:04: The CEO of Dick’s Sporting Goods on Becoming a Gun Control Advocate
- 10/08/19--08:09: To Prepare for Automation, Stay Curious and Don’t Stop Learning
- 10/09/19--05:19: 3 Ways to Make the Most of Your Alumni Network
Are you struggling to recover from a setback? Dan and Alison answer your questions with the help of Neil Pasricha, a former Walmart executive and the author of You Are Awesome. They talk through what to do when your confidence is shattered by bad reviews, you’re in a difficult situation that you don’t know how to navigate, or you want to be a high achiever again after plateauing for a while.
from HBR.org http://j.mp/2AEQpYn
Thasunda Brown Duckett, CEO of Chase Consumer Banking, on empowering women through financial health.
from HBR.org http://j.mp/35edSxA
From being overconfident to taking success for granted.
from HBR.org http://j.mp/335JWS6
Melinda Gates, cochair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and founder of Pivotal Ventures, is committing $1 billion over the next ten years to advance gender equality. She says evidence shows it’s the best way to drive economic development in nations and performance in companies. She shares her own stories as a female executive at Microsoft, a working mother, and a nonprofit leader learning from women around the world. Gates is the author of the HBR article “Gender Equality Is Within Our Reach.”
from HBR.org http://j.mp/2OnyywX
Why don’t more universities let people learn on their phones?
from HBR.org http://j.mp/355C84T
A survey of 1,862 workers breaks down attitudes by race and gender.
from HBR.org http://j.mp/2oifINd
Melinda Gates is funding women in a big way. Will others follow?
from HBR.org http://j.mp/2IofJWR
Nearly 60% of employees have never discussed their mental health at work.
from HBR.org http://j.mp/2OohoPT
And how to write regulations that people actually follow.
from HBR.org http://j.mp/2Osl03u
Faster and cheaper pathways to good first jobs are emerging.
from HBR.org http://j.mp/2nos5H0
They put too much focus on process and not enough on product.
from HBR.org http://j.mp/2AQoyUZ
We’re often told that to succeed in the workplace, you need to bring your A game, play office politics, and network nonstop. But how do you do that when you suffer from social anxiety?
Host Morra Aarons-Mele speaks with Ellen Hendriksen, a clinical psychologist, and Arvind Rajan, the CEO of Cricket Health and a former executive at LinkedIn.
from HBR.org http://j.mp/2IvRUMR
Women at Work is back Oct. 14 with stories, conversations, and practical advice about being a woman in the workplace. Expect to hear from us every Monday for the next couple of months. Our theme music is Matt Hill’s “City In Motion,” provided by Audio Network.
from HBR.org http://j.mp/2Os5oNm
Making critical feedback “nice” doesn’t make it more effective.
from HBR.org http://j.mp/2VszlOD
What goes unsaid can have a profound influence on employees’ actions.
from HBR.org http://j.mp/2OvQK7Q
Ed Stack, the chief executive of Dick’s Sporting Goods, decided after the Parkland school shooting to pull assault rifles and high-capacity magazines from all of his company’s stores. The controversial choice hurt revenues. But the retailer weathered the storm, thanks to inclusive and thoughtful decision-making, careful communication with all stakeholders, and a strategic shift to new product lines. Stack explains why he chose to take such a public stance on a hot-button social issue and how it has affected him personally and professionally. He is the author of “It’s How We Play the Game: Build a Business. Take a Stand. Make a Difference.”
from HBR.org http://j.mp/2ASc7bt