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By Jenna Goudreau “How do you signal to the world you’re leadership material?” asks Sylvia Ann Hewlett, an economist and the founding president of the Center for Talent Innovation (CTI) in New York. “You don’t get a shot at being … Continue reading
By Jenna Goudreau Do not underestimate a first impression. According to 2011 research by Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital, people assess your competence and trustworthiness in a quarter of a second 250 milliseconds–based solely on how you look. “Appearance … Continue reading
Interesting presentation on texting in our society.
Seems logical to me….I don’t think it’s that simple, though. TODAYMoms – Into the mind of your toddler.
This is an encouraging sign of technology implementation. Yet, there are much more pressing issues that need to be addressed: lack of clean water, famine, food production and distribution, mortality and immunization against diseases like typhoid and diphtheria, indigenous environmental sustainability, and … Continue reading