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"“Companies have to lean in, too,” he said." http://buff.ly/1LJ1CIa
The company’s chief executive, Marc Benioff, started the Women’s Surge program to achieve gender equality in pay and promotion and to get more diversity at meetings.
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"According to the Labor Department, men working full time make 28 percent more than women. " http://buff.ly/1U0LS4A
The company’s chief executive, Marc Benioff, started the Women’s Surge program to achieve gender equality in pay and promotion and to get more diversity at meetings.
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"One of our worst traits in journalism is that when we have a narrative in our minds, we often plug in anecdotes that confirm it." http://buff.ly/1G9cMO0 -- not just true of journalists.
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""Wilderness is not just a luxury," Abbey wrote, "but a necessity of the human spirit.""
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act, filmmaker Pete McBride wove tremendous aerial footage of the U.S. backcountry with quotes from his favorite conservation writers, including Edward Abbey, Ralph Waldo Emerson, John Muir, Aldo Leopold, and Wallace Stegner. "Wilderness is not just a luxury," Abbey wrote, "but a necessity of the human spirit." McBride's film pairs well with any of the great essays Muir wrote for The Atlantic at...
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The surprising neuroscience of gender inequality | Janet Crawford | TEDx... http://buff.ly/1TYFXxK via YouTube
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"Nothing is withheld from us what we have conceived to do."
One afternoon in Portland, I walked into World Cup & Tea to do some work. Instead, I had an encounter with the guy who invented the computer: Russell Kirsch
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"In Silicon Valley the situation is even worse: Men earn up to 61 percent more than their female peers" http://buff.ly/1eqwoXn
The company’s chief executive, Marc Benioff, started the Women’s Surge program to achieve gender equality in pay and promotion and to get more diversity at meetings.
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"Preliminary economic data indicates that corporations built with principles of sustainability, out perform their conventional peers and provide a better rate of return to investors."
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"residents in the small city of Galdakao have made use of the “solidarity fridge” that’s parked on city pavement "
Making the refrigerator a public space helps people confront the reality of how much of what we eat is thrown away.
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"The single most important element of smart groups, according to the researchers, was their "average social sensitivity.""
A fleet of MIT studies finds that women are much better at knowing what their colleagues are really thinking. It's another reason to expect the gender wage gap to eventually flip.
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"Millennials view cognitive diversity as a necessary element for innovation; 71% more likely to focus on teamwork."
Diversity and inclusion are more than just buzzwords or boxes to check. Millennials believe they are essential to business success.
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"People spend 60% of their conversations talking about themselves, 80% when chatting on social media."
Our brains are wired to reward us for talking about ourselves. But droning on about yourself is a horrible way to make a good impression.
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The Game-Changing Guide for Leaders
Introduction

About InsideOut Enneagram:

Is there an antidote for the 21st century world’s ills? We are faced with a groundswell of discontent and global unrest. People are dissatisfied with today’s leaders and no longer trust that they have the best interests of their constituents in their hearts and minds. There is a call for more thoughtful, empathic, sophisticated, and wise leadership—leaders who are willing to think and act differently.

In her new book InsideOut Enneagram, The Game-Changing Guide for Leaders Wendy Appel guides you to change the way you see and think. This book provides tools and shows you how to be the leader that others trust and someone they are inspired to follow.

Wendy decodes the Enneagram for you—an ancient system relevant for modern times—that will shine light on your natural strengths, your challenges, and the mostly unconscious habits of mind and desires that drive you and others.

About Wendy Appel:  

Wendy Appel lives in Soller on Mallorca’s North West coast. Her traditional Mallorquin house is guarded by the majestic Tramuntana Mountain range nestled within an eclectic orchard complete with a lemon grove. Soller’s soul was swift to connect with Ms Appel’s, nurtured over three decades of life and business leaning, guided by the wisdom of the Enneagram. 

For the last twenty years, the core of Wendy Appel’s work has been the Enneagram, a personality profiling tool which dates as far back as 750 BC. Wendy stumbled across the Enneagram in 1992 and decided to delve deeper; unbeknownst to her, the Enneagram would become her life’s work. Appel has been studying as well as teaching the Enneagram since 1994.

Wendy penned her shared learning surrounded by lemons – a fruit that she appreciates for its ability to add a zesty twist to almost any dish or drink. Today she serves up InsideOut: Squeeze that Lemon to bring Out the best leader In you. Enjoy.