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Fostering Emotional Intelligence in Your Child

Fostering Emotional Intelligence in Your Child

Children act just like soft clay; we can mold them in any form according to the environment, love, the affection they receive, and things they are taught. Apart from physical well-being, the emotional strength and emotional well-being of children are essential as...

How to Build an Organization That Lasts

How to Build an Organization That Lasts

The global business climate is arguably more dynamic and volatile today than it has been at any other time in history. Think of the famous quote by the American scholar and organizational consultant Warren G. Bennis: “In life, change is inevitable. In business, change...

Practicing Compassionate Leadership

Practicing Compassionate Leadership

Being compassionate is one of the most vital traits that any leader can possess. Now more than ever, people want compassion and understanding from the people they work for and with. The last year has been incredibly trying for most people; having empathy for...

10 Common Mistakes That Leaders Make

10 Common Mistakes That Leaders Make

Being a leader comes with a myriad of responsibilities. Indeed, as they are the ones in charge of managing an entire team on their own, leaders are usually held to high expectations and expected to set a good example. However, No one is perfect and even experienced...

How to Promote Innovation

How to Promote Innovation

Ways to Encourage Creativity and Innovation in the Workplace   The foundation of a successful company is team innovation. It is what aids the company in growing and what distinguishes it from its competition. That being said, it takes a lot of effort from...

How to Make a Positive Impact as a Leader

How to Make a Positive Impact as a Leader

Creating a positive impact as a leader can improve outcomes and motivate employees. A positive environment helps people look forward to getting the job done and being a part of a team. Leaders set the tone for the environment, but here are some ways any leader can...

Requiring Disability Training for Doctors

Requiring Disability Training for Doctors

People with disabilities and their advocates have spent years pushing for a requirement that medical schools begin to specifically train students on treating people with developmental and intellectual disabilities. It may come as a surprise, however, there is...

Understanding How Diversity and Inclusion are Different

Understanding How Diversity and Inclusion are Different

It is very common for people to mistakenly believe that diversity equates to inclusivity when in fact, the two are not synonymous. Inclusion centers on people feeling valued, accepted, and respected while diversity involves a number of different characteristics, such...

Becoming a More Inclusive Leader

Becoming a More Inclusive Leader

Being an inclusive leader is one of the most effective ways to help your company succeed. When implemented consistently, inclusivity boosts employee productivity and morale. Inclusive leaders from every sector of business have proven that the approach nurtures an...

Navigating Virtual College as a Student with Disabilities

Navigating Virtual College as a Student with Disabilities

Virtual College for Disabled Learners: A Need for Advocacy   Virtual education has quickly become a part of the “new normal” as many colleges and universities in the United States have made the tough decision to forego face-to-face classes this semester. Many...