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Vanessa Gennarelli
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I building learning communities on the web.
I building learning communities on the web.

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Came across this post from +Shane Snow on losing employees. We're trying to put together "alliances" to help staffers use their time at P2PU to achieve their goals and help the organization at once. What's your reaction and strategy towards employees who want to start their own thing? https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/article/20140901130739-7374576-the-one-reason-for-quitting-i-ll-never-be-mad-about

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"What held them back from applying was not a mistaken perception about themselves, but a mistaken perception about the hiring process."

http://blogs.hbr.org/2014/08/why-women-dont-apply-for-jobs-unless-theyre-100-qualified/
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#TChat  Community Poll: How do you use your personal learning network? 

+Cynthia Trivella +Meghan M. Biro +Kevin W. Grossman +Emily Giorgione 

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Look at that--the #Tchat  community is a bunch of change-makers--50% of you would elect to contract leadership to change a sour company culture. 
+Meghan M. Biro +Emilie Mecklenborg +Kevin W. Grossman +Cynthia Trivella 

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Caught this gem from +Meghan M. Biro earlier today: ""One of the biggest pieces to retaining women in the workforce is thinking of them as individuals," 

http://www.fastcompany.com/3033629/second-shift/how-to-build-a-feminist-workplace?utm_content=buffer0bdfe&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer#8

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If you're interested in space design / workspace interaction, the rise of "pop-up" structures have some pretty interesting implications for coworking, retreats, and collaborative creation 

http://www.psfk.com/2014/08/short-term-architecture-housing-pop-up.html?utm_content=buffer552a9&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer#!bGX2Km
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Something I need to be told time and again: take constructive criticism slowly: 
"Evaluate it, slowly. Just as you shouldn’t summarily reject feedback, you shouldn’t automatically accept it either. Get in the practice of evaluating the feedback slowly. Chew on it for a day or more."

http://www.forbes.com/sites/kevinkruse/2014/08/12/how-to-receive-feedback-and-criticism/
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