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Simple Hacks To Stay Healthy At Work

ELearningGraphics - May 13, 2019 2944

Simple Hacks To Stay Healthy At Work - Infographic The working environment is so important to the health and wellbeing of workers, both psychically and mentally. This infographic gives tips and tricks to stay healthy at work for body and mind. From positive affirmations to desk exercises, these are small practices that when implemented every […]


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Blog: Tough questions to improve your leadership

Gamasutra - April 15, 2019 2761

Tough Questions to Improve Your Leadership is the name of my GDC 2019 talk, which came with a handout full of questions for the audience to ponder. This post is about the talk and those questions! ...

Comic: No, you did not turn out “just fine”

Black Youth Project - March 21, 2019 1392

by JeCorey Holder How many times have we tried to discuss the realities and impact of child abuse and trauma, often thinly-veiled as “discipline” from our parents, only to have someone jump in insisting that they “turned out just fine” despite these things happening to them as kids? Someone who claims that being beaten or […]


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OPINION: Shocked by the college admissions scandal? School counselors aren’t

Hechinger Report - March 13, 2019 980

Many people were shocked to learn of recent reports that wealthy parents allegedly fabricated college applications, facilitated cheating on standardized exams and bribed university officials to secure their children’s places in our nation’s best engine for social mobility — selective colleges. The case has raised alarms about the meritocracy that many have long believed defines […]


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How prison-based thinking warps a lack of empathy for “deserving” victims to harm the vulnerable

Black Youth Project - March 12, 2019 896

Editor’s Note: sexual violence and mention of rape I’ll admit it: I have a sort of macabre fascination with true crime. My fiancé is always making fun of me for it, and it’s not a trait I’m super proud of, to be honest. I recognize that how the media handles the sensational abuses they document […]


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The EQ Effect: Leveraging Emotional Intelligence in Communication

Educause Review - March 10, 2019 820

Developing emotional intelligence can help anyone deepen engagement with colleagues and build strong professional relationships, and the rewards are even greater for leaders and managers of an organization.