Category Archives: Psychology

You Must Be Comfortable with Being Uncomfortable

GUEST POST from Janet Sernack It’s been a tough two and a half for everyone since the COVID-19 crisis began. Some of us have been hit very, very hard, by the impact of the pandemic exacerbated by the rate of … Continue reading

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How to Free Ourselves of Conspiracy Theories

GUEST POST from Greg Satell If you think about it, postal carriers should be a little bit creepy. If someone told you that an agent of the federal government would come to your house everyday with access to information about … Continue reading

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Why Most Corporate Mindset Programs Are a Waste of Time

What to Focus on Instead GUEST POST from Alain Thys You may know that I’m hunting for a Transformation Algorithm Its goal is to help us move beyond the >70% failure rate of corporate transformations and create transformative experiences for … Continue reading

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Re-Thinking for a New Era

GUEST POST from Janet Sernack In our last blog, we proposed, rather than living in a world where everyone hates to fail, why not adopt a rethink, respond, regroup, thrive pattern, and experience failure as an opportunity for change, unlearning, and … Continue reading

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Not Everyone Can Transform Themselves

Here’s What Makes the Difference GUEST POST from Greg Satell The conservative columnist John Podhoretz recently took to the New York Post to denounce the plotline of Disney’s new miniseries The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. In particular, he took … Continue reading

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The Rise of Employee Relationship Management (ERM)

What’s in a name? From the early days when HR was referred to as workforce management or personnel management, to the emergence of scientific management and labor unions, the practice of human resources has been constantly evolving. The name for … Continue reading

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50 Cognitive Biases Reference – Free Download

I came across this cognitive biases infographic from TitleMax and it has a lot of great information in it, but… The problem with long, information-rich infographics like this is that they’re hard to consume on the screen in their entirety, … Continue reading

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Using Intuition to Drive Innovation Success

Americans are in love with data, big data, analytics, artificial intelligence and machine learning. … and the rest of the world is catching the same disease. Data is important, don’t get me wrong, but it is only one side of … Continue reading

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Training Your Quantum Human Computer

What is quantum computing? According to Wikipedia, “Quantum computing is the use of quantum phenomena such as superposition and entanglement to perform computation. Computers that perform quantum computations are known as quantum computers.” Rather than try and explain all of … Continue reading

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Fix the Problem or Design it Out?

Let’s start with the problem. According to The Plastic Pollution Coalition (January 3, 2017) – “It’s National Drinking Straw Day! Each day, more than 500 million plastic straws are used and discarded in the U.S. alone. Plastic straws consistently make … Continue reading

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