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7 THINGS DRIFT TAUGHT ME ABOUT COMMITMENT

https://leadershipfreak.wordpress.com/2016/07/18/7-things-drift-taught-me-about-commitment/

I’m reflecting on a young man who doesn’t care much for making commitments. I’ll call him Drift. He’s easygoing, generous, kind, carefree, and transparent. I like him.  67 more words

Building a Culture of Confidence

Confidence and competence: Two invaluable characteristics to possess in today’s professional environment. While these traits have different meanings, they are inextricably linked. Consistent research findings show men tend to overestimate their competence while women underestimate it, yet research has also shown that women tend to be more effective, and more competent, leaders. 891 more words

HR

Impostor Syndrome: The Dilemma between Who We Are and Who We Are Perceived to Be

Marina Ramirez-Alvarado, Mayo Clinic and a member of the Biophysical Society’s Committee for Professional Opportunities for Women and Committee for Inclusion and Diversity, and… 776 more words

Biophysical Society

He Knows... But He's Got Problems

DiVinci-esque savants aside, humans tend not to be great at the total of all tasks. Which makes being good or bad at something a poor indicator of whether a person is competent as a whole. 547 more words

Musings

'We Are In The Food Fight Of Our Lives!"

Beware Of Montana’s Bio-Dangerous Agriculture: China Rejects 60,000 Tons Of GMO Laced Corn From America!

Published on Jan 26, 2014

Unveiling the Lies of Gmo’s. Excellent work that lays it out very cleanly, we are on the edge of forever as our technology has surpassed our ability to control. 176 more words

Wholistic

Cultivating Cultural Competence In Children

If civilization is to survive, we must cultivate the science of human relationships-the ability of all people, of all kinds, to live together, in the same world at peace. 507 more words

Children

To Seem Confident, Women Have to Be Seen as Warm

(Source: hbr.org)

Why are there so few women in leadership roles? My research collaborators (Laura Guillen of ESMT and Natalia Karelaia of INSEAD), and I believe we have shed some new light on this conundrum. 692 more words

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