FORBES: Three Inspiring Role Models Embrace Modern Media To Close The STEM Gender Gap

Three Inspiring Role Models Embrace Modern Media To Close The STEM Gender Gap Forbes, Amy Blankson October 9, 2018 This article is written in honor of Ada Lovelace Day (October 9), a day founded to remember the first female computer programmer in history and to celebrate the achievements of women in STEM careers (science, technology,…

SUCCESS: The Power of Eye Contact

The Power of Eye Contact Success Magazine, Shawn Achor August 24, 2018 Sharing close rapport with someone is the basis of positive social connection. As that rapport grows, you begin to mirror the neural activity in each other’s emotional areas of the brain. You become in sync, like two pianos playing the same song. One way…

HBR: Why You Should Put a Little More Thought into Your Out-of-Office Message

Why You Should Put a Little More Thought into Your Out-of-Office Message Harvard Business Review, Michelle Gielan August 20, 2018 We all need time to unplug and recharge. Research shows that disconnecting — especially from email — can make us significantly less stressed and more productive. And yet, many of us are often hesitant to take the…

THRIVE GLOBAL: How to Increase Empathy in the Digital Era

How to Increase Empathy in the Digital Era Thrive Global, Amy Blankson August 20, 2018 In the last five years, cyber-bullying has seen a drastic increase, leaving parents, teachers, and communities concerned. Online communication has created a space for people to openly speak their minds, which means they can vent anonymously with little fear of repercussion. Without…

ATD: Talent, Obama and Interconnected Success

Talent, Obama and Interconnected Success ATD, Shawn Achor May 30, 2018 Have you scanned the business magazine headlines lately? The scarcity of top talent may be the biggest issue on the minds of executives today in the quest to turn individual potential into organizational success. The data explains why. For instance, according to research from…