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Understanding confirmation bias Confirmation bias is a well-known psychological effect. It describes the tendency for an individual to process information by looking for, or interpreting, information that supports what is already believed. The concept, while easy to understand, is quite… Continue Reading…

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Being Sick – Etiquette Over the Years Let’s start with some cold hard facts, no pun intended, on the impact of going to work sick! Harvard’s The Workplace and Health report found that, of employees surveyed on the reasons they did not… Continue Reading…

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What are values? Merriam Webster defines a “value” as something of relative worth, importance, or something (such as a principle or quality) intrinsically valuable or desirable. Values are a strong influencing force because values classify how we attach significance, worth,… Continue Reading…

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What does it mean to make a big decision in the face of uncertainty? Big decisions made in today’s fluid and complex world are done under conditions of uncertainty. These conditions surface when the future is unpredictable and things are… Continue Reading…

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