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    As STEM jobs multiply, dealing with numbers will become more important.



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    What Intermountain Healthcare has learned.



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    As machine learning becomes more automated, human judgment still matters.



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    Oren Klaff, investment banker and author of “Pitch Anything” and “Flip the Script,” shares how the modern face of sales at any scale requires a new set of interpersonal skills.



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    Don’t turn it into a competition.



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    Think about alternative paths to your goal.



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    Health care professionals have an important role to play.



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    Go with the company where you’ll learn the most.



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    Best Buy and Walmart are betting they can.



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    Three steps for leaders to take.



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    Sponsor content from Siemens Healthineers.



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    A look at the challenges and some innovative solutions.



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    Help them understand identity as a source of insight.



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    How TD Wealth did it.



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    Work is a part of our daily lives — as is food. Disordered eating and diagnosed eating disorders can be tricky to deal with at the office, but they can be common in high achievers and are closely tied to anxiety and mental health.

    Host Morra Aarons-Mele speaks with Melissa Gerson, director and founder of the Columbus Park treatment center for eating disorders, about the relationship between anxiety and eating, and how it can play out at work.



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    Consensus is often the enemy of innovation.



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    It’s the only way to mitigate bias.



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    Whatever your style, it’s a big factor in how you’re rated.



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    Ethan Bernstein, associate professor at Harvard Business School, studied how coworkers interacted before and after their company moved to an open office plan. The research shows why open workspaces often fail to foster the collaboration they’re designed for. Workers get good at shutting others out and their interactions can even decline. Bernstein explains how companies can conduct experiments to learn how to achieve the productive interactions they want. With Ben Waber of Humanyze, Bernstein wrote the HBR article “The Truth About Open Offices.”



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    Sponsorship is when someone influential in your organization advocates on your behalf to get you where you want to go. But the sponsor-protege relationship isn’t always clear-cut. We talk about what sponsors really do and what the protege’s role is. Guest: Rosalind Chow. Our theme music is Matt Hill’s “City In Motion,” provided by Audio Network.



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