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2022 Volume 1 Number 8

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The Dunning-Kruger Effect: Why Some People Think They Know Best

By Zena Everett, author of The Crazy Busy Cure In 1995, a bank robber in Pittsburgh called McArthur Wheeler attempted to rob two banks. His only disguise was to smear lemon juice on his face, convinced that it would make him invisible to security cameras. His speedy arrest intrigued social psychologists David Dunning and Justin …

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Stress Management, Build Resilience

6 Ways to Overcome Stress and Build Your Resilience

By Tamie Rising For many leaders and professionals, the pressure is on, stress is high and exhaustion is the norm. Yet, workplace-related stress is not a new phenomenon. Self-reported data suggest that up to 72% of American employees experience daily stress that interferes with their day-to-day lives. Additionally, 40% report persistent stress or excessive anxiety …

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Jane Morgan | Leadership & Change Agility

Leadership and Change Agility

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OIO-rou-S0Q Presented by:International Institute for Learning, Inc.Intelligence. Integrity. Innovation. Thought Leadership News™Insight and Expertise for Individuals, Teams, and Organizations. Leadership and Change Agility Tips, Methods & Insights By Jane Morgan   What’s the most important thing to consider when you start down the road to agility? What are some tips for an agile-based planning approach? …

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