An Antidote to Incivility A Guest Post by Christine Porath

  When I was 22, I scored what I thought was my dream job. I moved from the snowy Midwest to sunny Florida with a group of fellow former college athletes to help a global athletic brand launch a sports academy. But within two years I and many of my peers had left our jobs.…

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When the Nurse Becomes the Patient

  Published on Mar 20, 2016 Lynn Bartos has been a nurse at the Froedtert Hospital in Milwaukee for the past 44 years. However, after developing an illness, she became a patient in the hospital, and is being treated by a former patient. Steve Hartman has more.

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March 20th: Happy International Day of Happiness

  Background Speaking at the High Level Meeting on “Happiness and Well-Being: Defining a New Economic Paradigm” convened during the sixty-sixth session of the General Assembly, Secretary General Ban Ki-moon stated that the world “needs a new economic paradigm that recognizes the parity between the three pillars of sustainable development. Social, economic and environmental well-being are…

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Pennsylvania Nurse Goes Above and Beyond the Call of Duty

Published on Oct 5, 2014 Sometimes in the darkest of hours, exactly the right person to deal with our hardship just happens to appear. Steve Hartman meets a Pennsylvania woman who – soon after being diagnosed with cancer – claims to have seen an angel.  

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7 Best Traits All Authentic Leaders Have in Common A Guest Post by Adrienne Partridge

  You have most likely heard the word authentic used in conjunction with leadership. Is authentic leadership just a buzz phrase or something you should actually care about as you continue to develop yourself as a leader? It is definitely something you should care about and here’s why: Authentic leadership is genuine leadership. Business growth is more apt to come about…

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18 Signs You Have High Emotional Intelligence A Guest Post by Travis Bradberry

  When emotional intelligence (EQ) first appeared to the masses, it served as the missing link in a peculiar finding: People with average IQs outperform those with the highest IQs 70 percent of the time. This anomaly threw a massive wrench into the broadly-held assumption that IQ was the sole source of success. Decades of research…

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When Being the Caregiver Is Not an Option

  According to The National Alliance for Caregiving and AARP, there are 66 million unpaid adult family caregivers (29% of the adult population in the US) providing care to someone who is ill, disabled or aged. While the number of male caregivers is steadily growing, female caregivers still outnumber their male counterparts two to one.…

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