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Getting back to normal

The Trap of Getting Back to Normal in the Pandemic

Your company can survive and thrive in the new abnormal of the pandemic by protecting yourself from mental blindspots such as the normalcy bias.
survive and thrive

How Your Household Can Survive and Thrive During This Pandemic

You can survive and thrive in the new abnormal of the pandemic by identifying and addressing fundamental needs of your household: safety, connection, and self-esteem.
unconscious bias

What Is Unconscious Bias (And How You Can Defeat It)

To address unconscious bias requires understanding what it is and where and how you might fall into it. Just as importantly, it requires developing a series of healthy mental habits that prevent you from falling for unconscious bias.
working from home

How to Prevent Failure in Working From Home to Address the Covid-19 Coronavirus Pandemic

To prevent disasters in transitioning to working from home, imagine that your transition completely failed. Then, brainstorm all plausible reasons for failure, and generate solutions to these potential problems. Do the same to maximize success.
coronavirus pandemic

Saving Your Relationships From the COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic

Your relationships will be undermined or even destroyed by the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, unless you take proactive steps right now to save them by treating our current conditions as the new normal.
Stakeholder Engagement

8 Powerful Questions You Need to Ask Before Stakeholder Engagement

Asking the 8 Powerful Questions during a pre-engagement stakeholder assessment will lead to better engagement and stronger relationships with your stakeholders.
hire women

Why You Should Hire Women Over Men, According to Science

If you care about your bottom line, hire women over men. Due to gender discrimination, women had to work harder to get the same career position as men, and you will on average get a better worker if you hire a woman.
strategic planning

10 Steps for Strategic Planning to Defend Your Future

Effective strategic planning involves: 1) Identifying potential threats and opportunities; 2) Planning how to deal with them; 3) Reserving sufficient resources to address threats and opportunities; 4) Making your plans resilient and flexible.

8 Key Leadership Decision-Making Process Steps to Making the Best Decisions (Videocast and Podcast...

In order to make the best decisions, follow these decision-making process steps: 1) Identify need for decision 2) Get relevant info 3) Decide goals 4) Develop criteria 5) Generate a few viable options 6) Weigh options 7) Implement decision 8) Revise implementation and decision as needed

How Global Elites Can Address Misinformation

Instead, the key difference is the astronomically quick growth of social media as the source from which people get their news, and the prevalence of misinformation on social media, since tech companies aren’t doing much to filter out fake news.