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Finding Meaning At Work: Why Am I Doing This Job?

Finding Meaning At Work: Why Am I Doing This Job? | Leadership | Scoop.it
In business, economic success and social engagement are not mutually exclusive.
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Ron McIntyre's curator insight, January 25, 2017 3:59 AM

What do you think?

Ron McIntyre's curator insight, February 2, 2017 12:14 PM

Do you know your WHY?

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A Better Way to Engage Your Board on Strategy

Shaping strategy should be an ongoing team effort of the CEO and directors, not just an annual exercise.
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Don’t Mistake Perks for Corporate Culture

Don’t Mistake Perks for Corporate Culture | Leadership | Scoop.it
WSJ Small Business Expert Tom Gimbel says bean bag chairs are no good if people don't like the colleagues sitting there.
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Focus on Positive, Productive Employee Engagement

Focus on Positive, Productive Employee Engagement | Leadership | Scoop.it
We choose to be boring or engaging, productive or complacent. As a person of influence, pay attention to increasing employee engagement and productivity.
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Why You Should Stop Being a Boss and Start Being a Leader

Why You Should Stop Being a Boss and Start Being a Leader | Leadership | Scoop.it
The way you approach being in charge--whether you're running a corporation, a civic organization, or a neighborhood bake sale--is a huge factor in the group's achievement. Think about the differences before you step up.
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Latinas 50+ Honored in New York City

Latinas 50+ Honored in New York City | Leadership | Scoop.it
Six over-50 Latinas were honored in New York City at the Inaugural Latina 50 Plus™ Luncheon & Award Ceremony
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Chasing Dreams Or Chasing Pavement - Think Before You Leap

Chasing Dreams Or Chasing Pavement - Think Before You Leap | Leadership | Scoop.it
Everyone wants to be happy and there are plenty of people on the internet willing to show you how to be happy in exchange for money. Sadly, most people who are strapped for money, afraid that what
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The Janet Collins Story, presented by Sweet Blackberry

The Janet Collins Story, presented by Sweet Blackberry | Leadership | Scoop.it
Animated short on Janet Collins, first African-American soloist to perform at the Metropolitan Opera to be narrated by Chris Rock.
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Why you should love statistics

Why you should love statistics | Leadership | Scoop.it
Think you're good at guessing stats? Guess again. Whether we consider ourselves math people or not, our ability to understand and work with numbers is terribly limited, say
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Why Empathy is Key to 21st Century Business and Why You Should Care

Why Empathy is Key to 21st Century Business and Why You Should Care | Leadership | Scoop.it
Many believe the most important aspects of business are efficiency, productivity and growth but it has now changed to trust, relationship and community.
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Good business  means you should be able to trust those you partner and collaborate with. Understanding and respecting each one's needs and concerns solidifies that trust. A business who has integrity adds to their bottom line every time. The more return customers satisfied the more leads generated through word of mouth.
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Ron McIntyre's curator insight, January 8, 2017 6:01 PM

I agree but I believe it is a long way off.

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STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Explorations in the Early Childhood Classroom

STEM Education Consultant Dr. Diana Wehrell-Grabowski conducted a two day introduction to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) practices an
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7 Steps to Creating a Lasting Learning Culture

7 Steps to Creating a Lasting Learning Culture | Leadership | Scoop.it
A learning culture is a systematic approach to establishing a personal and organizational growth mindset.
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Denise Felipe-Adams Announces Her Candidacy for District Leader In Northeast Brooklyn

Denise Felipe-Adams Announces Her Candidacy for District Leader In Northeast Brooklyn | Leadership | Scoop.it
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Immediate ReleaseFrom the Campaign: Felipe-Adams 4 BklynContact (English): Carmen M. Colon, Communications & Technology#347-927-6761dfa4bklyn@gmail.com Contact (Spanish): Denise Felipe-Adams, Candidate#954-825-9754dfa.1nyc@gmail.com  Denise Felipe-Adams Announces her Candidacy for District Leader in Northeast Brooklyn

September 9, 2015 (Bushwick, NY.) — Community Activist and Organizer Denise Felipe-Adams is pleased to announce her candidacy for the elected position of District Leader in her Assembly District. A longtime resident of Bushwick, the 54th Assembly District covers as well, a part of Bedford Stuyvesant, Cityline, East New York and Cypress Hills. "I have always enjoyed being active in my neighborhood and this endeavor is a natural progression to my everyday passion of helping my community. I will continue to provide assistance to the organizations near and dear to me, causes that I and so many of my neighbors relate to as well as my duties to the faith based organizations within my community. With this new journey I hope to engage even more of my community into participating and actively contributing to the changes that we are all facing in New York City. May my voice in this new position enhance and give volume to all of theirs." Denise Felipe-Adams is  the executive Director for the Honorable William C. Thompson Presidential Leadership Council, an organization that works towards providing High School students with internships and mentors for a better opportunity towards their goals in college. She is also an Assistant Governor for Rotary International in North Brooklyn. 
Ms. Felipe-Adams does not take the position lightly. So many are not aware of the importance of such an office and it is her position to insure that all of her neighbors, within her district and elsewhere, realize just how taking these first steps toward engaging the community can be beneficial to everyone looking for a better quality of life in New York CIty. The election will be in September of 2016. 
Her committee Felipe-Adams 4 Brooklyn will provide all information pertaining to her campaign. It can be found at http://democracy.com/felipeadams4bklyn. The official campaign email address is: dfa4bklyn@gmail.com and Ms. Felipe-Adams' social media handles for Twitter and Instagram is @dfa4bk. Her public Facebook page is http://facebook.com/felipeadams4bklyn. We look foward to this year of engagement and education for all that will lead up to the elections next September. 
We thank all those that share among their networks this joyous occasion.-the Felipe-Adams 4 Bklyn Committee
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CRYPTIK | Facebook

YOU'RE IT | Alan Watts ~ http://tinyurl.com/jvs4lt6 #CryptikMovement #AlanWatts
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We sincerely appreciate Carmen and the... - Sweet Blackberry | Facebook

We sincerely appreciate Carmen and the hundreds of other supporters who have contributed to our campaign so far! Your individual efforts continue to...
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A worthwhile campaign! Only three days left!

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The Difference Between A BOSS and A LEADER

The Difference Between A BOSS and A LEADER | Leadership | Scoop.it

@I spent quite a few years compromising myself for the sake of a paycheck, trying to insure a lifestyle of security and consistency for my sons. I was forced to decide between what I loved to do for a

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