Both the 21st-century economy and the careers needed to fuel it are changing at an unprecedented rate. Students must be prepared for nonlinear careers, pivoting to match the ever-changing work landscape. We thus need to rethink not just how we teach our students but what we teach our students.
Nel corso della conferenza organizzata l’altro giorno dall’Istituto Italiano di Cultura di Bruxelles al Bozar, con Telmo Pievani, Dirk Helbing ha fatto notare che esiste una tendenza poco sottolineata nella relazione tra conoscenza e digitalizzazione. La crescita esponenziale della capacità di elaborazione e della sofisticatezza dei programmi di gestione dei dati è ovviamente importante, ma …
Leadership is not a title or position; it’s power, but not power in the sense that we usually think about power. It is the power to inspire others to do more than they ever thought possible in the best interest of the greater good. On the flipside, anyone can become a follower regardless of the position that they hold. So, why would you ever want to follow if you can lead? The most effective leaders understand that they do not know everything, neither are they always the ones with the greatest influence. Being a great leader requires knowing when to lead and when to follow. Here are four questions to ask yourself to determine whether you should be leading or following.
In the last few days, I've heard from top students at Cornell and other universities about my internship. It must have been posted in some office or on a site, because each of the applications is just a resume
The average person has 70,000 thoughts each day, and if you don’t learn to organize them, they have the potential to wreak havoc on your productivity.
When you succumb to the flurry of thoughts running through your head, your mind becomes disorganized, and the more you ruminate on intrusive thoughts, the more power you give them.
Most of our thoughts are just that—thoughts, not facts. When you find yourself believing the negative, distracting, and pessimistic things your inner voice says, it’s very hard to slow down the momentum of your thoughts.
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