Stress prepares you for battle, pumping you up, increasing levels of success, and keeping you alive.

How to Use Stress to Your Advantage

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Empathy is not just for obvious moments; it’s for all the moments we don’t see as well.

When Giving Critical Feedback, Focus on Your Nonverbal Cues

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Don’t let the negative voice in your head spiral out of control — talk to yourself in a logical, gentle tone.

How to Handle Stress in the Moment

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Trying to share too much of your time and energy can hurt the very people you're trying to help.

Join us next week and we'll show you how to get better at giving.

HBR Big Idea: Generosity Burnout

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It takes courage to address biased and offensive language and conduct in the workplace.

How to Speak Up If You See Bias at Work

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If you’re having a stressful day, you can reset the needle on you brain’s anxiety center.

What to Do When You Can’t Control Your Stress

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Fintech companies are proving that they can create workarounds for the infrastructure of developing countries.

Fintech Companies Could Give Billions of People More Banking Options

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Paying attention to your team’s level of civility enhances collaboration and performance.

How Rudeness Stops People from Working Together

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Making time for macro questions is not a luxury — it is a necessity.

How Leaders Can Focus on the Big Picture

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01/19/2017 at 23:10. Facebook
Don’t try to manage your stress. Instead, dance with it.

The Best Way to Defuse Your Stress

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01/19/2017 at 18:56. Facebook
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01/19/2017 at 18:12. Facebook
[SPONSORED] "The Best Business Decisions Put People First," from HBX - Harvard Business School.

The Best Business Decisions Put People First - SPONSOR CONTENT FROM HBX

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01/19/2017 at 17:49. Facebook
When you face a grey area problem, work through it first as a manager, and then resolve it as a human being.

Whiteboard Session: 5 Questions to Help You Make Tough Decisions

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01/19/2017 at 17:14. Facebook
Hiring new employees is high stakes—and keeping them once they’re on board is equally important. This curated collection of articles and tools gives you everything you need to hire and retain the right people. Now available exclusively at HBR.org.

You at Work: Hiring and Keeping the Right People

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01/19/2017 at 16:54. Facebook
Relief from the chore wars can allow women to become more resilient, focused, and intentional about their most important goals — both at home and at work.

Are Chore Wars at Home Holding You Back at Work?

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Harvard Business Review
01/19/2017 at 16:30. Facebook
Philanthropy is playing an increasingly critical role in confronting daunting social problems.

Why Major Philanthropists Are Giving More Money to Just One Cause

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Harvard Business Review
01/19/2017 at 14:51. Facebook
By updating our notions of mentorship and building a mentor board of directors, we can benefit from the knowledge of talented colleagues all around us.

Your Career Needs Many Mentors, Not Just One

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Harvard Business Review
01/19/2017 at 14:31. Facebook
To engage in smart collaboration at your organization, start by breaking down silos and pooling your resources.

Getting Your Stars to Collaborate

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01/19/2017 at 14:08. Facebook
Employees who wish to join a workplace wellness program should carefully read the consent forms for health data collection.

Workplace Wellness Programs Could Be Putting Your Health Data at Risk

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01/19/2017 at 12:54. Facebook
Words matter. If you’re experiencing a strong emotion, take a moment to consider what to call it.

3 Ways to Better Understand Your Emotions

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