Month: April 2022

Transformative Learning For Organizational Change

Transformative Learning And Mindset Growth Suppose your manager assigns the same project, that requires critical thinking, to you and one of your coworkers. Will the project outcomes be the same? The answer is no. Why Does My Way Of Thinking Influence An Organization? Your experiences and your thinking are what make you unique. You use…

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Scientists Warn of Looming Mass Ocean Extinction

Earth has endured at least five global extinction events since the first signs of life appeared. And it may be teetering on the edge of another one in the oceans. If climate change continues unabated, marine life worldwide could suffer a mass die-off, the likes of which hasn’t been seen in hundreds of millions of…

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Cathie Wood fears takeovers for her ARK stocks right now because they won’t get a fair price

The ARK Invest CEO worries names in her portfolio could be snapped up in a bid like Elon Musk with Twitter. .

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When Body Image Becomes a Problem for Female Athletes

SOURCES: Paula Quatromoni, DSc, registered dietitian; associate professor of nutrition and epidemiology, Boston University; chair, Department of Health Sciences, Boston University. Kara Bazzi, co-founder and clinical director, Opal: Food and Body Wisdom. EY and espnW: “Where Will You Find Your Next Leader?” The New York Times: “Gracie Gold’s Battle for Olympic Glory Ended in a…

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Inside Olivia Rodrigo’s Visit to the American Girl Doll Store

Olivia Rodrigo’s “Sour” tour is underway in New York City, and the Gen Z pop star spent some downtime at an unexpectedly trendy spot: the American Girl doll store. Yes, really—it has become an influencer destination amid 2022’s big doll culture resurgence. In case you forgot, Rodrigo has a history with American Girl, having starred…

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Interactive Learning: How Best To Leverage It

What Is Interactive Learning Within An LMS? Online learning is the need of the hour today as most organizations have gone completely remote, and training their employees, members, and vendors is tough without a Learning Management System (LMS). When it comes to online learning using a Learning Management System, how can we forget about the…

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The Dark Side of Collaboration

Between 2008 and 2015, groups of engineers at Volkswagen repeatedly faked car-engine emissions levels during laboratory tests. Engineers manipulated the vehicles to release pollutants at low levels in the lab so they could meet emissions standards in the US and Europe. But when the cars hit the road, their emissions rates were much higher than…

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Phillips Q1 results – beats, restarts buyback, flags improved refining environment

George Frey/Getty Images News Phillips (NYSE:PSX) reported Q1 results ahead of the market open Friday, beating expectations and announcing a restart of the company’s share repurchase program. Chairman Garland said, “we saw substantially improved financial results from our operations in March and expect continued strong performance in the second quarter.” Phillips (PSX) is the third…

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Oasis tribute band at war with competing cover acts

Rival Oasis tribute bands are engaged in a war of words. Darren Spiby, the lead singer of cover act Noasis, says that there are several spats among competing bands paying homage to the British rockers, who rose to fame in the 1990s. In fact, the drama could be compared to the real life feud between…

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Leadership Traits: 3 Must-Haves To Tackle Change

Self-Care, Empathy, And Agility Empower Teams The volume, velocity, and complexity of change brought by digitization; rapidly accelerating technologies such as 5G, AI, and quantum; climate change; demographic shifts; and the pandemic have upended the way we live, connect, work, travel, and learn. Over the past two years, complex changes forced by the pandemic across…

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