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Thursday, April 9, 2015

[RED DEMOCRATICA] Why mindfulness needs to be practiced in moderation

 

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April 9, 2015
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How to cope with not getting the promotion
Interpret being passed over for a promotion as meaning "not now" instead of "not ever," writes Debbie Messemer, managing partner at KPMG San Francisco. Respond to the rejection gracefully, but allow yourself a day to process the disappointment. Fortune (4/8)
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Does going to B-school make you a better boss?
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MBA programs can impart the philosophy of leadership and certain skills such as communication, but business professor John Van Maanen argues that on-the-job experience is needed before graduates can become real leaders. "The idea that such skills can be transmitted so that you can lead anybody at any time, that's ideologically vacuous," Van Maanen says. The New York Times (tiered subscription model) (4/7)
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Networking in a new area
When you move to a new area, the local newspaper can be a resource for learning about events that can serve as networking opportunities, Joyce Russell writes. Check state employment guides to learn about the largest employers in the region. The Washington Post (tiered subscription model) (4/8)
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The Landscape
Job openings surged in Feb., Labor Department says
Job openings in February reached their highest level since 2001, with employers posting more than 5 million open positions, the U.S. Labor Department says. Layoffs dropped to their lowest level since November 2013, the report noted. The Hill (4/7)
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Don't ask boring questions in job interviews
You have a better chance of learning about a company during a job interview if you avoid vague or obvious questions, Hannah Morgan writes. Ask your interviewer to describe a typical career path for the position you're applying for, she writes. U.S. News World Report/On Careers blog (4/8)
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Balancing Yourself
Why mindfulness needs to be practiced in moderation
Mindfulness techniques such as meditation can be beneficial, but they can also lead people to avoid stressful situations and tough conversations, says executive coach David Brendel. Also, mindfulness classes imposed on groups of employees are ineffective and awkward, he says. Fast Company online (4/8)
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JPMorgan software identifies potentially rogue workers
Sally Dewar, JPMorgan Chase's head of regulatory affairs for Europe, is overseeing an algorithmic program that identifies employees who might go rogue. The software considers dozens of factors, including whether an employee violates trading rules or fails to attend compliance classes. "It's very difficult for a business head to take what could be hundreds of data points and start to draw any themes about a particular desk or trader," Dewar said. "The idea is to refine those data points to help predict patterns of behavior." Bloomberg (4/8)
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