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A Woman Overwhelmed by Work
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The Problem With Multitasking

The problem with multitasking The problem with multitasking is that, in the end, you end up not being able to focus on any one thing well. Author Jeff Shannon wrote a book I referenced in my blog, 911 Is Not Showing Up. He shared that an issue with many of today’s workers is leveraging multitasking

The Courage to be Disliked Review
Business Continuity Management

The Courage to be Disliked

Disaster Empire book review The Courage to Be Disliked by Ichiro Kishimi & Fumitake Koga is an international bestseller that’s sold over 3.5 million copies worldwide. A phenomenon in its native Japan, reading this book could change your life. The book summaries Alfred Adler, a medical doctor, psychotherapist, and individual psychology school founder’s work. It

Resilient Teams
Employee Resilience

Employee Resilience

Building Psychological Resilience Employee resilience must be a core attribute when considering organizational resilience. Although not called out in the definition, businesses prepared to absorb and adapt after crisis events focus on personnel first. Companies developing real resilience consider the capabilities of their employees first when moving towards a model that promotes ongoing agility. As

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