Month: June 2019

A groundbreaking research study, Automating Work: The Human/AI Intersection, is now available exclusively to i4cp members. This infographic, an extension of the study, outlines the workforce planning process and reinforces the need to deconstruct future job roles to determine which skills and capabilities will be needed as certain tasks are automated or augmented by new
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A same-sex couple has gone viral for sharing a photo of both of them breastfeeding their twin babies. U.S. couple Jaclyn and Kelly Pfeiffer welcomed their children Jackson and Ella in May after trying to conceive for nearly three years. Despite the fact that Kelly carried the twins, wife Jaclyn is still able to breastfeed.
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View link » On this week’s Super Awesome Science Show, we’re talking about lies. Story continues below Humans tend to communicate in a number of ways apart from verbal expression. We use our arms, our posture and other gestures to convey what we’re thinking. But did you ever imagine that we may be able to
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At i4cp, we see a consistently high level of interest in—and dedication to—effective development for leaders, from first-time managers to top-of-house executives.   Building on i4cp’s new manager research is a case study that explores a premier, multi-level leadership development program that has garnered praise (and a certain amount of envy) for 3M. With a
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Even the most effective Productivity Ninjas out there encounter stress and anxiety from time to time. After all, even after extensive Time Management Training workloads can still pile up and anxiety can take hold. With addiction being an increasing topic in news headlines, it is important to discuss ways to cope with stress and anxiety
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More and more, Victoria Natarelli was feeling scatterbrained. Story continues below It wasn’t until she was listening to a podcast about Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) that she heard a near-perfect description of her most troublesome habits. “[They] mentioned organizational issues that could be considered quirks — like paper all over the place or losing
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Takeaway: The trick to traveling smarter is to prepare ahead of time, and develop strong traveling habits. Some ideas covered below: creating a default packing list; preparing things to consume and work on while you’re offline; leaning into how tired you are while traveling; and making your trip feel more like home. Estimated Reading Time:
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Find Your Way Back speech – Lisa Nichols delivers a powerful speech on how she struggled with abuse and depression and what these experiences taught her, and shares the best actionable advice on how to overcome even your most troubling times. Inspired? Watch Lisa’s most passionate speech here: http://bit.ly/2Ix8NIT ► Watch all our inspirational videos:
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