Productivity

Takeaway: The most productive people don’t hustle themselves into an early grave’they work with calm deliberateness, prioritizing thoughtfulness over speed. This will help you work with greater intention. Estimated Reading Time: 3 minutes, 45s. There seem to be two schools of thought for how we should approach productivity advice.   The first is that we should hustle
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This week’s Learning and Development action call hosted special guest Andre Martin, VP, People Development at Google. Martin was interviewed by i4cp CEO and co-founder Kevin Oakes. Here are some highlights from the call: The value of user-generated content and peer-to-peer learning. A program at Google that has been particularly valuable this year has been
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Takeaway: The next time you reach a strong impasse with a problem, sleep on it, by writing down the problem before heading to bed. Incubating unresolved problems overnight lets your mind wander, rest, and unearth insights you might not otherwise have had. Estimated Reading Time: 2 minutes, 13s. Podcast Length: 18 minutes, 34s (link to
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Takeaway: Success can distract us from the problems that may compromise our future achievements and happiness. It can draw attention away from what needs to be fixed, provide a false sense of comfort, and lead to harmful side effects. Always be on the hunt for problems to fix’while also staying grateful (and humble), and recognizing the price of the success you’ve achieved.  Estimated Reading Time: 4 minutes, 1s. Ed Catmull, Pixar’s cofounder and past president,
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Data from the Institute for Corporate Productivity’s (i4cp) latest pulse survey of 315 business leaders found that addressing the issue of racial inequity enterprisewide is a top priority for most companies. Among larger organizations (those employing >1,000 people), the importance placed on this is undeniably distinct’a combined 80% said last week that the level of this
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Takeaway: Many of us want to read more but are unsure of how to do it. A handful of tactics to try: set specific times to read, create a comfortable physical environment, identify less meaningful activities and replace them with reading, read shorter books, have multiple books on-the-go, put down books you’re not enjoying, make
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As the coronavirus pandemic continues to cause unprecedented impact to business, employers, and employees, human capital leaders continue to face both short- and long-term challenges. Since March, i4cp has held a weekly series of calls specifically for Learning and Talent leaders to discuss problems and share ideas regarding L&D strategy, remote training, virtual leadership development, and
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