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    A few shifts in mindset can help senior leaders navigate the tension.



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    Cannaray plans to hit the European market with medical marijuana & CBD products in the next few months with various “novel formulations” including pet food.

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    THCA doesn’t get one high, but there is a relation: THCA is the precursor to psychoactive THC effects.

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    If your to-do list isn’t getting any shorter, here’s why.



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    Whether you’re getting fired, taking a promotion, or leaving a job you love, career transitions are a time of anxiety.

    In the next two episodes, we’ll be focusing on how to manage anxiety associated with big changes at work. This week, we focus on the tough work you should do before a big transition to understand your feelings.

    Our guest is career coach Jerry Colonna. He argues that a lot of the adult problems we face can spring from fundamental childhood experiences. We act out childhood hurts in our leadership and interactions at work, from the people we hire to the way we think about money. Therefore, understanding how your childhood has shaped you and facing your demons is vital for anyone who truly wants to thrive in their career.



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    Female PCPs earn 25% less than men; specialists earn 36% less.



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    Can breakthrough discoveries happen more efficiently?



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    Sponsor content from SAP.



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    Improving algorithms isn’t just good for your company.



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    Having a close friend at work feels great. You have someone to laugh with, confide in, and exchange glances with during a meeting. But we often fail to anticipate how the conflicting demands of work can occasionally strain that relationship. We talk through common tensions and how to handle them, either to maintain the friendship or to ease off of it. Guests: Nancy Rothbard and Julianna Pillemer. Our theme music is Matt Hill’s “City In Motion,” provided by Audio Network.



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    11 tips for managers.



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    Steven Rogelberg, a professor at UNC Charlotte, has spent decades researching workplace meetings and reports that many of them are a waste of time. Why? Because the vast majority of managers aren’t trained in or reviewed on effective meeting management. He explains how leaders can improve meetings — for example, by welcoming attendees as if they were party guests or banning use of the mute button on conference calls — and how organizations can support these efforts with better practices and policies, from creating meeting-free days to appointing a Chief Meeting Officer. Rogelberg is the author of the book “The Surprising Science of Meetings: How You Can Lead Your Team to Peak Performance” and the HBR article “Why Your Meetings Stink — And What To Do About It.”



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    In 2014, Neel Ghose (MBA 2019) created the Robin Hood Army, an entirely volunteer-based organization working to get surplus food to hungry people. Just four years later, they had served more than 9 million people in 103 cities around the world, all while maintaining their “golden rule” of being zero-funds. Harvard Business School’s Susanna Gallani and Ghose discuss the most pressing challenge facing the organization with its fast growth and no monetary assets: how to attract, retain, and motivate workers.



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    A look at the numbers.



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    Money won’t do it.



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    A look at what happens when they don’t.



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    Understanding it can help break gender stereotypes.



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    It reduces emergency room visits, hospital admissions, and spending.



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    Youngme, Felix, and Mihir discuss Google’s announcement that it’s buying Fitbit and what this tells us about the future of wearable computing. Later in the show, they discuss how Twitter and Facebook are handling political advertising.



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