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VUCA In Leadership Psychophysiology
Let's dive into a fun topic today - VUCA! What the heck is that? Well, it's an acronym that has floated around since the 80's, but has gained more attention over the past 2 decades.
Apple App Store Awards 2023: Honoring Excellence and Innovation in Mobile Apps and Games
In a world increasingly driven by digital innovation, the Apple App Store has emerged as a beacon of creativity and technological advancement, showcasing a vast array of apps and games that have transformed the way we live, work, and play. Recognizing the exceptional contributions of developers who are pushing the boundaries of mobile experiences, Apple today unveiled the winners of the 2023 App Store Awards, celebrating 14 remarkable apps and games that have captivated users worldwide.
Aerospace And Airline Organizations Designing A Regenerative Legacy
Leaders who are Exemplars who Design Regenerative Legacies will become the Legendary Leaders of tomorrow. But are there any examples of Organizations that are making efforts toward this end?
UEFA has temporarily suspended the use of VAR following controversy surrounding a penalty awarded to PSG for a handball incident against Newcastle.
Title: Deciphering the VAR Conundrum: Unraveling the PSG vs. Newcastle Penalty Controversy In the fast-paced world of football, where every decision can shape the destiny of a match, the recent Champions League clash between Paris Saint-Germain and Newcastle United has ignited a fiery debate on the use of Video Assistant Referee (VAR) technology. The focal point of contention? A late-game penalty awarded to PSG, propelling the encounter into the spotlight of controversy.
In Life, there are many things that are done in certain ways that may not be the "best" way to do things. Very often we end up finding that those ways can actually be VERY detrimental.
The Americanization of Kambili
In the bustling city of Chicago, where the skyline kisses the clouds, and the streets hum with the rhythm of a thousand stories, there lived a young woman named Kambili. Her roots traced back to Nigeria, a land of vibrant traditions and close-knit communities, but destiny had woven a unique tapestry for her—an American tale in the making.
AI, Leadership, Business, And The Future
Well, if you have been following any Business news lately, you will have heard a LOT about OpenAI. Yet, it is somewhat strange that for all that has occurred, and all that has been in the spotlight, there is still quite a bit of mystery around everything.
Note: These songs are simply those background songs chosen because they are badass and the like. No more particular or contextual than that. Also, it helps chip at the 600.
Understanding The Cycle As A Leader
All things work best in cycles. On and Off. Go and Stop. Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter. Idea and Product.
Making Gratitude Work
I wanted to take a different approach from the norm today. I've gotten so many messages from different people and organizations about how they are Thankful today, filled with Gratitude.
Overcoming Quiet Quitting
Quiet Quitting is a huge problem for Organizations. According to Gallup, nearly 60% of Employees are doing it. When combined with Actively Disengaged Employees (Those ACTIVELY working against an Organization), this leads to $8.8 Trillion LOST every year.
Thanksgiving. A day to watch sports on television, to play touch football in the front yard. A day to be spent with family and close friends, to sit around a table and feast on a delicious meal labored over by the cook or cooks in the family with love.