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Boredom Lingers

Well this is a thing. I’m bored at work. It’s not that I don’t have work to do. It’s not that I find it unrewarding. It’s simply that I’ve run out of urgent things to do. 353 more words


Just what the Dr. ordered: An app that saves Drs' time and that improves Patient safety

I just became aware of a clever and very beneficial app for Health Care and Hospital professionals.

As stated in the description of the app: 159 more words


R U Arrogant?

Let’s be controversial.

Is (unintended) arrogance holding back your career and lowering your perceived emotional intelligence?

When people over time perceive that you are arrogant, then they tend to not want to deal with you and to seek others who are more trusting. 319 more words


Breaking Down Silos

Interesting reported story about a major oil company changing their culture — including breaking down silos.

A few years ago they recognised that they needed to change their cultural values and dysfunctional processes of internal communications, so they brought together a small team to first re-evaluate the values and then disseminate and implement the revised ones — including breaking down silos across departments so that there was a common focus on the end result to customers. 106 more words


Confessions of a Supply Teacher

I don’t want everyone to hear this, so come a little closer. Yesterday, at school, I had a coffee break in the staffroom. And worse, I ate my lunch with another colleague. 217 more words

Protect Your Academic Freedom

Take The Survey With A Chance To Win £100 To Spend At John Lewis

The survey has been designed as part of a UCU initiative which seeks to provide improved help and guidance for UCU members in respect to their academic freedom rights and responsibilities. 52 more words