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We’re programmed to procrastinate. We all tend to struggle with tasks that promise future upside in return for efforts we take now.

If you’re stuck in an anxiety-distraction habit loop, you need to map out the process that creates and perpetuates your unwanted habits.

4 behaviors that will help you lead your team during a crisis. @hbrascend  #WorkHappy  #COVID19 

Leaders: Strong communication skills can help you land the job of your dreams, attract investors to back your idea, or elevate your stature within your organization.

A step-by-step guide to using mindfulness to break your bad habits.

Sometimes, work friendships can take a toll on your well-being. Here’s how you can manage that.

Schedule time for your most important tasks. And block off more time than you think you’ll need.

What to do when it's hard to get excited about your work:

Even when their performances are objectively equal, men and women are described differently.

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We're saddened by the loss of Clayton Christensen (1952-2020), the management scholar who first defined the theory of disruptive innovation. In 2010, he wrote about keeping sight of the most important things in life.

1. Be a collaborator, not an opponent. 2. Speak human to human. 3. Anticipate reactions and plan countermoves. 4. Replace blame with curiosity. 5. Ask for feedback on how you communicate. 6. Measure psychological safety.

We’ve opened up free access to all of our resources for leading and working through #coronavirus . Find them here:

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Leadership isn’t about you. It’s about empowering other people as a result of your presence, and about making sure that the impact of your leadership continues in your absence.

#Covid_19 is already disrupting numerous aspects of everyday business. We've developed some tools that can help leaders navigate during this time of uncertainty. We've also lifted our paywall on all of them. ⬇️ (Thread)

Inclusive leaders are: - Visibly committed to diversity - Humble - Aware of their own bias - Curious about others - Culturally intelligent - Effective collaborators

The barriers women face are a problem but an even bigger problem may be the lack of barriers faced by mediocre men

1. Be a collaborator, not an opponent. 2. Speak human to human. 3. Anticipate reactions and plan countermoves. 4. Replace blame with curiosity. 5. Ask for feedback on how you communicate. 6. Measure psychological safety.

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