• True Optimists Believe in Progress, Not Perfection
    This 6 min. read saves you up to 48 hours
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    True Optimists Believe in Progress, Not Perfection

    Voltaire’s Candide Or: Optimism Taken to the Extreme

  • Josh Bersin
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    Josh Bersin

    On finding and empowering top talent.

  • How to Drive Change as a Leader
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    How to Drive Change as a Leader

    The six pillars of transformational leadership.

  • Lessons from the “World’s Most Popular Sport”
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    Lessons from the “World’s Most Popular Sport”

    While the US continues to watch baseball, the rest of the world looks to Qatar – for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. If you want to understand what makes soccer so appealing, you’ll get a…

  • Fourth Global L&D Knowledge Forum Wrap-Up
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    Fourth Global L&D Knowledge Forum Wrap-Up

    Didn’t have time to attend? We have the key take-aways summed up for you.

  • “If our value is growth, then I love disruption.”
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    “If our value is growth, then I love disruption.”

    Tom Ziglar, author of 10 Leadership Virtues for Disruptive Times, discusses why the “coach leader” gets results while the “T-Rex” leader is going the way of the dinosaur.

  • A Trickle Down Effect That (Unfortunately) Works
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    A Trickle Down Effect That (Unfortunately) Works

    Bad bosses make entire companies worse. But they are less numerous than you might think – and they mainly occur in corporate cultures with antiquated promotion strategies.

  • Dopamine: the Good, the Bad and the Useful
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    Dopamine: the Good, the Bad and the Useful

    Make this powerful brain chemical work for instead of against you.

  • “People Are Angry Because They Feel Their World Views and Values Are at Stake.”
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    “People Are Angry Because They Feel Their World Views and Values Are at Stake.”

    How can people find each other in an increasingly fragmented society? Sociologist Michael Carolan says: through experiences.

  • “The ‘Great Trade-Off’ Is a Myth.”
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    “The ‘Great Trade-Off’ Is a Myth.”

    Making the planet a better place doesn't mean making less profit, says David Cooperrider. On the contrary.