Takeaway: The article is too long/varied to write up a summary, but it’s pretty skimmable! Estimated Reading Time: 5 minutes, 47s. I’m probably not equipped to give you advice on how you should live your life. And, when you think about it, who is? We all live different lives, face different challenges, and are all
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While the strategic priorities for the members of i4cp’s Chief Diversity Officer Board are varied, the goal of promoting and developing inclusive leadership is clearly a shared objective for the year ahead. Almost all respondents to our recent Board Priorities Survey mentioned initiatives planned for 2020 related to building out the capabilities of inclusive leaders
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“Death is indeed a fearful piece of brutality; there is no sense pretending otherwise. It is brutal not only as a physical event, but far more so psychically: a human being is torn away from us, and what remains is the icy stillness of death. There no longer exists any hope of a relationship, for
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The team at Merriam-Webster Dictionary has declared the personal pronoun “they” the 2019 Word of the Year. In the last year, there was reportedly a 313 per cent increase in searches of the word “they” on the company’s online dictionary. “I have to say it’s surprising to me,” said Peter Sokolowski, a lexicographer and Merriam-Webster’s
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   Download or Stream the speech now, on iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify, Google Music, Deezer, Amazon MP3 and MP3 Download WorldwideDown But Not Out (Motivational Speech) – Copyright: Fearless MotivationSpeaker: William Hollis, Chris Ross Down But Not Out (Motivational Speech) by Fearless Motivation – WATCH FREE:[embedded content] Listen to me… You’re down… but you’re not out! I
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Lori Harito felt refreshed after last year’s holiday season — largely because she got out of town. Harito, a Toronto-based PR professional, and her partner decided to head to London, England, for 12 days and forego rushing between her family’s Christmas celebrations and his. “We pre-planned that we would cook Christmas dinner and stay in
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Talent acquisition (TA) leaders recognize that the achievement of their organizations’ business strategies hinge on their ability to bring in the best talent. In the process, they must shrewdly leverage data and marketplace insights to enable talent decisions, deliver targeted sourcing/acquisition of talent, impact representation, continuously improve experience for both the candidate and the hiring
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The majority of mergers and acquisitions fail, and most of the time when they don’t work out, “culture synergy” is the culprit. Yet organizational culture is rarely explored at the outset of M&A transactions…it’s almost always about the economic or business fit. New research from the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp) reveals that high-performance organizations
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As the holidays approach, you may be interacting with your family more frequently. Inevitably, relatives can sometimes meddle in your personal life, creating extra stress. That can include trouble with in-laws and figuring out how to divide family time over the holidays, said Jessica O’Reilly, a relationship expert.O’Reilly told hosts on Global News’ The Morning
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“The world breaks everyone and afterward many are strong in the broken places.” ~Hemingway We all know of post-traumatic stress (PTS) but how many of us know of post-traumatic growth (PTG), a very hopeful and attainable way of life beyond the loss, adversity, and trauma we’ve experienced? It’s a term that was coined in the
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Dwyane Wade has spoken out against trolls criticizing his son’s appearance. Gabrielle Union recently shared a family photo on her Instagram account. In it, husband Wade holds their one-year-old daughter, Kaavia, and Wade’s 12-year-old son Zion is standing between them. Comments started coming in criticizing the parents for allowing Zion to sport acrylic nails, but
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