14/01/30

It’s a fine line between being a hard worker and a workaholic. Sometimes the symptoms of workaholism go unnoticed and this seemingly harmless addiction ruins your professional and personal life.

How to distinguish between the two? And can workaholism really be detrimental for the company’s performance?

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14/01/28

Jeffrey Joerres, CEO of ManpowerGroup, on finding the talent you need in an unpredictable world.

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14/01/23

What do science and play have in common? Neuroscientist Beau Lotto thinks all people (kids included) should participate in science and, through the process of discovery, change perceptions. He’s seconded by 12-year-old Amy O’Toole, who, along with 25 of her classmates, published the first peer-reviewed article by schoolchildren, about the Blackawton bees project. It starts: “Once upon a time … “

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14/01/21

People can be divided into three categories: those who love science, those who hate it, and those who don’t give a hoot about it. The latter two categories might have adopted such attitudes simply because science often seems like it’s some kind of unfathomable black magic mumbo jumbo.

To make science more approachable it might be a good idea for researchers to find new ways of communicating with the general public.

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14/01/16

Self-awareness is not only key to understanding what it is that we don’t want in life, but also to discovering our passions. And once we let our passions set the course of our lives, we might easily end up living happily, both professionally and personally. That’s why employers should focus on hiring self-aware, passionate people.

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