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Uber, Kalanick and the future is woman.

Post inauguration Hillary Clinton came out of the woods and made a statement which did make an impact across continents. Even if the men folks might guffaw and shrug at it- we women know how much we could relate to it. 586 more words

Sexual Assualt

IBM’s Remote Work Repeal: It’s Bold But Is It Wise?

IBM is scrapping its pioneering, decades-old remote work program, telling offsite employees to head back to the office full-time or find another employer. The reason? To improve collaboration and accelerate the pace of work, the company said in a formal statement. 771 more words

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5 Questions to Help You Make Your Leadership Happen

This fall Anne Ackerson and I will teach a course called “The Museum Leadership Challenge” for Johns Hopkins University’s Museum Studies master’s degree program. As a result, we’ve talked a lot about what we really think the key components of museum leadership are. 560 more words

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Happiness Project: 8 things I’ve learned about happiness

Repost: Author Carrie Willard

The science and study of happiness has long interested me. In 2011 I read a wonderful book, The Happiness Project, by Gretchen Rubin, probably one of the best in the niche. 845 more words

Workplace Culture

Why You Must Deal With Difficult People—They Won't Go Away and They Won't Stop

Repost:  Author: Susan M. Heathfield  June 03, 2017

Difficult people do exist at work. They come in every variety and no workplace is without them. How difficult a person is for you to deal with depends on your self-esteem, your self-confidence, and… 1,705 more words

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Why Some People Burn Out At Work And Others Don’t

BY LORI MIHALICH-LEVIN

It’s an interesting question, isn’t it?  What exactly leads someone to “burn out” in her job?  And what causes someone else to weather some work storms but still be happy where she is?  969 more words

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5 Things You Must Ask Yourself Before Accepting Any Job Offer

BY JENNY MAENPAA

Congratulations! You’ve been offered a job. Maybe it’s the job of your dreams, maybe it’s one that will help get you to the next level of your career, or maybe it’s just good enough for where you are right now. 829 more words

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