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Sluffing-off Millennial Myths Reveals the Millennial ‘Possibility’ Mindset

by Judith E. Glaser and Debra Pearce-McCall What’s New About the Millennial’s Mindset? With their deep comfort with uncertainty and technology, coupled with their hardwired sense of inclusion, Millennials are blazing the trail by transforming workplaces. When used well, technological connections … Continue reading

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When Noone Understands You – Unconscious Bias

Ever been in a situation where you think you’re being clear but it’s landing on “deaf ears?” And, in this age of speed, do you find you yourself are making snap judgments? Face it. We all do this. It’s survival … Continue reading

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The Danger of Mirrortocracy in Silicon Valley and Beyond

by Helen Whelan “We’ve created a make-believe cult of objective meritocracy, a pseudo-scientific mythos to obscure and reinforce the belief that only people who look and talk like us are worth noticing. After making such a show of burning down … Continue reading

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Bad Decision-Making Caused by the Familiar

by Holly Green Not long ago, Car and Driver Magazine conducted a test to compare normal driver braking times against “impaired” braking conditions, such as drinking, texting, or checking email while driving. The test involved a driver going 70 miles … Continue reading

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