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Harvard: Coaching Matters!

Amy Cuddy, Jack Zenger and Joseph Folkman at Harvard Business School are leaders in applying new research in neuroscience to the business of organizational leadership.  The evidence that Zenger and Folkman summarize in the blog post below reinforces Cuddy’s finding, discussed … Continue reading

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Injured On, Indeed: We All Have Some Work to Do for One Another

Imagine how the law enforcement community would react to the following news stories. Law Enforcement  Hit by Virus, Killing Hundreds of Officers Annually (Boston, MA) A new study by researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health found a virus that … Continue reading

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The Wisdom to Know the Difference

Two ideas to think about this weekend. Both come from the philosopher William James. I am plodding through his wonderful book, The Varieties of Religious Experience. James was a Boston kid who was so smart Harvard named their social sciences … Continue reading

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