(This article was written by Aytekin Tank and appeared on forbes.com.) Since the onset of global health crisis, the world has watched as leaders have been praised—or criticized—for their handling of the disaster. An example from the former category is New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern, whose response was both decisive and compassionate. The Times Editorial Board observed: “Beyond politics,…

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(This article was written by Benjamin Laker and appeared on forbes.com.) As cities around the world begin the slow, planned and staged process of re-opening, we face a leadership legacy moment. How leaders react and guide their team through the next few challenging months will leave a lasting impression, according to Rachael Robertson, author of the best-selling…

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(This article appeared on talkwalker.com.) The coronavirus and the following economic turmoil has shaken businesses to the core. When the dust settles, and we adjust to the ‘new normal’ there will be brands that hold strong, and those struggling to survive. In this blog, we look at how the crisis impacted the world’s 50 most…

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(This story was written by Carmine Gallo and appeared on forbes.com.) Florida State psychology professor Anders Ericsson, a giant in the field of peak performance, passed away this month. Malcolm Gladwell brought Ericsson’s research to a larger audience in his book, Outliers. Many of us are familiar with the now famous “10,000-hour rule” of practice time required to become…

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(This article was written by John Caplan and appeared on forbes.com.) During this unprecedented global health crisis, many companies around the world are operating remotely to protect employees and prevent the spread of the coronavirus. With a vaccine still in development, this new way of working will likely continue for the foreseeable future. While it…

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(This article was written by Alex Sixt and appeared on entrepreneur.com.) Social. Media. These two words have made you either jump for joy or curl up in a fetal position in your pajamas at the overwhelming nature of these platforms. Either of these reactions are probably the reason you’re here: either you love everything about social…

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(This article was written by Shelcy V. Joseph and appeared on forbes.com.) Leaders around the world are struggling to connect with their employees, having to rely on communication tools like Zoom or Slack to stay in touch. Still, it’s possible to foster strong team relationships online and uphold a strong work culture that will keep…

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(This article was written by Luciana Paulise and appeared on forbes.com.) The CFO’s most precious resource is time, and yet a typical day is occupied 72% by meetings according to a Harvard study. How can you reduce it drastically? A Harvard research revealed that, during pre-COVID times, a company’s vice president would spend 44 hours a week…

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(This article was written by Amway and appeared on forbes.com.) Whether it’s related to work, your personal life or finances, stress is a part of everyday life. According to the 2019 Stress in America Survey, “More than three-quarters of adults report physical or emotional symptoms of stress, such as headache, feeling tired or changes in…

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(This article was written by Yola Robert and appeared on forbes.com.) Over the past week the awareness and allyship around the Black Lives Matter movement has caused companies and brands to reevaluate how diverse and inclusive their teams really are. While social media, podcasts and books have been a great place to start, there is much work…

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