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«As a people manager, you are no longer representing just your individual self. You represent your team and the team’s values and mission.»
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According to a growing body of psychology research, procrastinating at work isn't a weakness - it's a symptom
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Today's knowledge workers are drowning in...well, knowledge.
«Paradoxically, all those tabs make us feel like we’re in control; we overestimate our ability to multitask, and it comes at a real cost to our sanity and productivity.»
We tracked hours worked, team performance, and well-being during our experiment. And the data doesn't lie.
«imagine my surprise when I presented my team with the idea and they did not erupt in universal celebration in response.»
The traditional M&A process is broken and favors large companies. So, we're leveling the playing field by releasing our Term Sheet for anyone to see.
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