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Bring your whole self to work... and win

Many of us pride ourselves on our ability to compartmentalize, especially at the office. We separate our professional lives from our personal lives. Somehow, somewhere we learned that being a professional meant leaving our personal lives at home as soon as we step into the office.  413 more words


At The Raleigh (Niki & Gerald Go Out for Drinks)

Chapter 49

In an upscale restaurant overlooking Santa Monica Bay, I’m standing behind a long table. Every seat is filled with PICU nurses, and staff from other departments celebrating Kris’s bridal shower. 920 more words

Part 1: California

Investing in Success

By Evie Wiseman

We hear the phrase “student engagement” a lot, and for good reason. Education professionals and advocates are quickly realizing that even with well-developed curriculums, actionable assessment tools and innovative resources, capturing students’ interest and motivating them to take ownership of their learning experiences are key levers to successful educational outcomes. 210 more words


Business is Personal: How Our Personal Awareness Affects Our Work Dynamics

In the workplace, we are often navigating through challenging situations that require effort. It takes hard work to work well with others. Cultivating an understanding of our own personal awareness in relation to our communication with others is the essential ingredient to productive business relationships. 667 more words

Work Friends, With Benefits: Ty Tashiro on Making Meaningful Office Relationships

Most of us spend considerably more time with our colleagues than with our significant others. Americans today work an average of 1,700 hours per year… 940 more words

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What the World Cup Can Teach Us About Teamwork

By Marisa Lopez Rivera

There’s a neighborhood activity center near my parents’ house where hundreds of children play soccer on the weekend. Driving by, you can see the girls and boys in colorful uniforms running up and down the field while their parents sit in lawn chairs or on giant coolers. 361 more words

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