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How to Think and Work in a New Era
Liz Alexander, Ph.D.
It's one thing to bemoan the lack of trust these days. Could a shift of attitude from "trust must to be earned" to "trust is assumed" help?
It is one thing to be individually resilient. But if you want to sustain successful business relationships in the heat of change, you need to see resilience as social.
Next time you leave an algorithm to decide your choices, consider what this is doing to your curiosity quotient -- and why it matters.
There's a lot we can all learn about the conscious and unconscious influencers of bias. Here's one way some people are becoming more aware.
Think The Handmaid's Tale is a little too close to home? Maybe it's time we all took stock of these bad habits.
It's all too easy to let tech such as GPS do all your thinking for you, isn't it? But you might want to consider what invaluable mental resources you're losing in return.
Before attempting to learn something new to keep yourself marketable in a changing environment, try these three approaches to "unlearning."
Are you having trouble grabbing people's attention—even for ideas you KNOW would benefit them? Here's the likely reason—and how to change it.
It's time to rethink what skills leaders of the future will really need to retain their relevance and human value. Here are three of them.
Concerned about being automated out of your job? The future may not be as bad for humans as you think.
Liz Alexander, Ph.D., is a consulting futurist and the co-founder of Leading Thought, who collaborates with individuals and organizations globally to help them become future-smart.