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Volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity - Wikipedia
VUCA is an acronym used to describe or reflect on the volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity of general conditions and situations
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The jobs of the future – and two skills you need to get them | World Economic Forum
social and math skills --- Could a robot do your job? Millions of people who didn’t see automation coming will soon find out the painful way. The answer is a resounding yes. --- The study shows that workers who successfully combine mathematical and interpersonal skills in the knowledge-based economies of the future should find many rewarding and lucrative opportunities.
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february 2017 by bekishore
The Coaching Habit – Actionable Books
"To build an effective new habit, you need five essential components: a reason, a trigger, a micro-habit, effective practice, and a plan."
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february 2017 by bekishore
Several People Are Typing — The Official Slack Blog
Meetings that work (and don’t) in Slack How to spend more time working, less in meetings
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february 2017 by bekishore
How to Be More Present With your Team | Actionable Conversations
You may have experienced it. You’re sitting in an all-hands meeting or corporate town hall, and one of the speakers from the executive team has trouble connecting with the room. They falter, aren’t sharing compelling stories, or seem disconnected from the rest of the room. They don’t present themselves as a leader, and their message fails to resonate. The audience leaves thinking, “I don’t trust that this person can get the things done that our organization needs. I’m not confident in their ability to lead.”
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