Fri.Jun 26, 2020

Saving People Lives, One Meeting At A Time

Brilliantly Better

The other day I had to meet somebody and, for whatever reason, the person was late. It was a benign meeting and the guy is usually very punctual, it just happened this time he was late. As I was enjoying my double espresso, all kind of thoughts about punctuality started to run around my head.

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The beauty and complexity of finding common ground | Matt Trombley

TED Talks

How can we disagree with one another, respectfully and productively? In this thoughtful talk, team builder Matt Trombley reflects on "agonism" -- the tendency to take a rigid stance on issues -- and shares why finding aspects of agreement can be the first step in resolving conflict.

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Why Do Retail Stores Need Mobile Apps

Small Business CEO

We all know that everything is going mobile nowadays. More and more businesses start to digitize their services, and this is no exception for the retail industry. Stores are slowly but surely taking up on app development.

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How women will lead us to freedom, justice and peace | H.E. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf

TED Talks

"I was the first woman president of an African nation, and I do believe more countries ought to try that," says H.E. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Nobel laureate and former president of Liberia.

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The Leader Assistant by Jeremy Burrows

Admin Awards

Assistant, you are a leader. As an assistant, you constantly face obstacles that hold you back from accomplishing your career goals. Whether it’s a job change, shifting deadlines, a micromanaging executive, a toxic co-worker, a high-pressure project, or an intense negotiation with a vendor, the administrative profession is not for the faint of heart. If you’re looking to maintain the status quo and be “just an assistant,” this book is not for you.

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