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Weekly Hotlist: Spending 10 Minutes a Day on Mindfulness Subtly Changes the Way You React to Everything

 


THE WEEKLY HOTLIST: Harvard Business Review

January 23, 2017

Spending 10 Minutes a Day on Mindfulness Subtly Changes the Way You React to Everything

By Rasmus Hougaard, Jacqueline Carter, Gitte Dybkjaer


Innovation

Why Innovators Should Study the Rise and Fall of the Venetian Empire by Piero Formica

The future will always be different from the past.


Giving feedback

How to Deliver Criticism So Employees Pay Attention by Deborah Bright

Four tips a champion diver learned from her coach.


Strategic thinking

Being a Strategic Leader Is About Asking the Right Questions by Lisa Lai

It’s what your team really needs.


Emotional intelligence

The Downsides of Being Very Emotionally Intelligent by Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, Adam Yearsley

Even EQ is better in moderation.


Difficult conversations

How to Tell Your Boss You Have Too Much Work by Rebecca Knight

Don’t suffer in silence.


Compensation

What Matters More to Your Workforce than Money by Andrew Chamberlain

It depends on how much they earn.


Career planning

Free Yourself from What You “Should” Be Doing by Andy Molinsky

Don’t let expectations hold you back.


Collaboration

How Rudeness Stops People from Working Together by Christine Porath

Incivility can fracture a team.


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