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First, figure out what is driving their negative behavior.
from HBR.org http://j.mp/2qoiBx0
It’s the second-most promising sales job for 2019, according to a LinkedIn survey.
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Research shows there can be costs to telling the truth, refusing to answer, and lying.
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For most of his life, Paul Greenberg suffered from severe depression — depression so bad that he had near constant thoughts of suicide from the age of 13. But you’d never know it if you met him. And he has built a successful media career, including stints at MTV and Time, and eventually becoming the CEO of CollegeHumor.
To battle the depression, he tried some 75 different medications before his medical team suggested electroshock therapy, which he says has saved his life.
And it wasn’t until the deaths of public figures like Robin Williams, Kate Spade, and Anthony Bourdain that Greenberg went public with an op-ed in The Hollywood Reporter.
This week, host Morra Aarons-Mele speaks with Paul Greenberg, now CEO of Butter Works, a media company, about his long, painful journey, and how he views depression at the workplace today.
The number for the Suicide Prevention Hotline in the U.S. is 1-800-273-8255.
from HBR.org http://j.mp/2qqni9p
Going from full time to part time is a complicated career move. First we talk with a woman who’s made part time work well for her about how she set expectations and boundaries. Then we get advice from an expert on work-life balance on how to manage the risks of being part time. Guests: Kristin McElderry and Linda Duxbury. Our theme music is Matt Hill’s “City In Motion,” provided by Audio Network.
from HBR.org http://j.mp/35hiemS
Studies show that it can be better for your engagement — and health.
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You should expect to be challenged by shareholders, customers, and regulators.
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Harvard Business School professor Geoff Jones discusses his case, “Thomas J. Watson, IBM and Nazi Germany,” which explores the options and responsibilities of multinationals with investments in politically reprehensible regimes.
from HBR.org http://j.mp/343lyS2
Pauline Brown, former chairman of North America for the luxury goods company LVMH, argues that in additional to traditional and emotional intelligence, great leaders also need to develop what she calls aesthetic intelligence. This means knowing what good taste is and thinking about how your services and products stimulate all five senses to create delight. […]
from HBR.org http://j.mp/35fuq7u
According to research, people believe they can overcome inequality — even in the most unequal places.
from HBR.org http://j.mp/37hv46l
Youngme, Felix, and Mihir discuss several topics from a busy news week, including the launch of Disney+ (what does it mean for Netflix?), the growing public animosity towards billionaires, and proposals to move to a 4-day work week.
from HBR.org http://j.mp/2pFH14Q
To start, machine learning teams must quantify fairness.
from HBR.org http://j.mp/2D2NBoS
Meredith Whittaker, co-director of the AI Now Institute and one of the organizers of the Google Walkout in 2018, joins Azeem Azhar to discuss how discrimination and bias are influencing the development of artificial intelligence, and how tech workers are working to change their industry for the better.
from HBR.org http://j.mp/331JvrB