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5 ways to…improve your impact on others

You only have to look at politics to appreciate how the same words are interpreted in wildly different ways depending on who’s listening. No-one can please everyone all the time, but there are ways to get the best from whoever you’re with. 1.Figure out your style. We all have a basic motivational style that influences our behavior. Certain people’s self-worth...
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In case you missed it…Iris Bohnet on Gender Equality at NYU

In 1990, the world was missing 200,000,000 girls. Now, it’s almost double. The Economist coined the term Gendercide to describe this tragedy. The sheer volume of missing girls has caught the attention of many including Dr. Iris Bohnet, a leading behavioral economist at the Harvard Kennedy School. So how does Dr. Bohnet say we fix this? The answer is simultaneously...
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The art of pre-suasion

Last week, leading social scientist and bestselling author, Robert Cialdini, became the latest writer to chair the Mind Gym book club. Having literally “written the book” on Influence in 2007, selling over 3 million copies in 33 different languages, Cialdini’s follow-up “Pre-Suasion” has since been highly-anticipated. Those of us who delved into his early work will have the substance of...
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5 ways to…stay motivated in the spring season

Spring is here and the prospect of holidays is on the horizon. But employees who are counting down the days until the summer break are unlikely to be firing on all cylinders. There are several motivational tools that, if used correctly, will put a spring in their step all year round. 1. Focus on the environment. You can’t ‘make’ somebody...
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