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Whatever happens in the coming weeks, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy will go down as the face of Ukrainian resilience during the Russian invasion of his country.  His response to the Russian invasion of his country has been widely praised, both at home and abroad. His speech to the European Parliament in early March received a standing ovation. Western press […]
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After another punishing year dominated by COVID, the omicron threat appears to be receding and many people may now be looking at the beginning of the end of the pandemic. But the fallout from COVID will still pose huge challenges in 2022 in terms of economic growth, supply chain issues, labour shortages and employee confidence.  As ever, effective leadership […]
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See a container of Cup Noodles at a convenience store and you might think of dorm rooms and cheap calories.  But there was a time when eating from the product’s iconic packaging exuded cosmopolitanism, when the on-the-go meal symbolized possibility – a Japanese industrial food with an American flair.  Cup Noodles – first marketed in […]
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UK cosmetics company Lush has announced its decision to leave Facebook, Instagram, TikTok and Snapchat, saying its decision reflects concerns about the alleged effects of these social networks on the mental health of their users. The brand will maintain its presence on Twitter and YouTube. Lush has more than 900 stores worldwide, and some 10.6 million followers between Facebook […]
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A highly critical article in The Verge, “Hey Siri, what happened?”, discusses an issue many of us have been observing for some time: that Apple’s home assistant is noticeably less intelligent and more limited than its competitors such as Alexa or Google Assistant. The usage test confirms it: ten years after Siri’s introduction, if you […]
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In “The Variant,” an episode from the Disney+ hit streaming show “Loki,” it’s tough to miss the barrage of product placements, with fast-paced action and dialogue taking place in front of Charmin toilet paper, Dove soap and Arm & Hammer deodorant. At one point, Loki barrels down an aisle with vacuum cleaners and fights off […]
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When the first coronavirus wave hit and the scale of economic carnage became clear, it was all about survival. Nimble founders reacted swiftly by cutting their burn rate, adapting their products, and doing whatever it takes to retain their customers. If this is you, congrats! It’s important to survive. But survival is not enough. Startups […]
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As a user first of Mosaic and then of Netscape, I was not alone in seeing the arrival of Microsoft’s Internet Explorer back in 1995 as an attempt by a company that had completely underestimated the importance of the internet, that had seen the emergence of the Netscape phenomenon, to use the dirty trick of bundling it into the operating […]

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Can religion and spirituality promote ethical behaviour in the workplace? It’s a contentious issue, but our research comprising interviews with forty Indian top level executives suggests it might.  We found that virtues embedded within the various traditions of religion and spirituality (Hinduism, Jainism, Islam, Sikhism, Christianity and Zoroastrianism) play a role in ethical decision-making in the workplace.  Thirty […]

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This article was originally published here: Katie Burkhart – Founder & CEO at MatterLogic An admiration for Benjamin Franklin and an obsession with systems might not be a conventional combination but they have driven Katie Burkhart. What’s your story? I’m an accidental entrepreneur asking better questions. My first job as a lifeguard taught me that […]
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This article was originally published here: Isabel Vidigal – Founder Isabel Vidigal Translations Coming late to life as a freelance translator, Isabel Vidigal has not only embraced the role but mentors others within the industry. What’s your story? After getting my Business Administration degree I started working in the corporative environment. 20 years later I […]
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This article was originally published here: Doug Lawrence – President & Founder TalentC – People Services Inc. Doug Lawrence moved from job coaching to mentoring and found it so rewarding he doesn’t want to retire. What’s your story? I was job coaching university/college students and the relationship went from job coaching to mentoring. They would […]
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This article was originally published here: Lola Chél – Founder & Dean Of Model University While becoming a successful model Lola Chél acquired skills she now passes on to others who aspire to emulate her. What’s your story? I am a full-time, internationally working, multi-agency represented, professional model and model coach. Working with brands such […]
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