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The Right Way to Start a Meeting

The Right Way to Start a Meeting

By Liane Davey // This article was originally posted on hbr.org. We all know there’s a price to pay for a making bad first impression: A limp handshake conveys low confidence; a wrinkled suit makes you seem lazy; oversharing comes across as emotional instability. But do you ever think about the first impression your meetings make? […]

Pressure Doesn’t Have to Turn into Stress

Pressure Doesn’t Have to Turn into Stress

By Nicholas Petrie // This article was originally posted on hbr.org. When I was in my late twenties, I was diagnosed with stomach cancer. Doctors operated and told me to hope for the best. I returned to Japan, where I was working, and tried to forget about it. The tumors returned a year later, this time in my liver. […]

Root Out Bias from Your Decision-Making Process

Root Out Bias from Your Decision-Making Process

By: Thomas C. Redman // This article was originally posted on hbr.org. We’ve all experienced the disappointment of an important decision not going our way. The feeling is far worse when you feel that the decision was somehow “rigged” against you — that you never had a chance, that your input wasn’t given its fair due, or […]

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