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VIDEO: Flow, Focus, and Optimal Work Habits Interview by Benoit Foucher, “Coach for Crazy Men”, with George Kao. Benoit interviewed George Kao who is well-known for career/work/life balance training, about how to work with both intensity and relaxation, productivity without too much stress, and prioritizing goals.They talked about daily habits for optimal joy and productivity
Speaking to a group of people can go smoothly when you employ the suggestions offered in this SmartTips video. Use it to remind you of the basics, such as knowing your audience, outlining what you want to say and fine-tuning for a perfect delivery of your speech or slideshow presentation. Learn more and watch here
To reach your true leadership potential, writes INSEAD professor Herminia Ibarra, push yourself outside your comfort zone. by Daniel Gross- Strategy + Businessmagazine: A native of Miami and veteran of Harvard Business School, Ibarra since 2002 has taught at INSEAD in Paris, where she is the Cora Chaired Professor of Leadership and Learning and heads
by Ryan Clements for ivyexec.com Is your career a bad fit? Do you want to make a change but you aren’t sure where to even start? I know that this can be very stressful because I have lived it. I transitioned out of a career (law) that I found disempowering to fulfill my entrepreneurial interests.
by Laura W. Geller for Strategy + Business Magazine: The Darden School of Business professor describes a new framework for predicting conflict outcomes. You know the types. There’s the office yeller, intimidating others with vitriolic rant. There’s the passive-aggressive underminer, nodding assent but then dragging her feet. There’s the colleague who gets angry over a