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empathetic leadership
Emotional Intelligence
Gina Messina, Ph.D.

Empathy Makes You a Better Leader: Here are 3 Reasons Why

Empathy makes you a better leader. In general, women are perceived to be the most “empathetic” gender, and the science says there may be some truth to that perception. One study found that women are better at feeling others’ pain; female brains react more to images or videos of a person being in pain than male brains. It turns out that high empathy is a very positive thing for women in the workplace, especially if they’re in leadership positions. A recent report by Catalyst found that, especially in the post-pandemic workplace, empathy is a critical leadership skill that influences important factors like innovation and employee satisfaction. There’s no doubt about it: empathy is a necessary skill to have as a leader. Here are 3 benefits…

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Longevity
Lynn Ulatowski

Calories vs. Micronutrients & Why We Need Both

Calories and Micronutrients are critical to understand for our health; but most of us don’t know the difference. Ever wonder why it is so hard to maintain a healthy weight, especially as we get older? You are not alone. According to the Center for Disease Control, 42.4% of Americans are obese, with many elements coming into play. Among these elements are biological factors, like our genes; environmental factors, including those people we interact with; and modifiable components, like the food choices we make. I like to use the analogy of a car when I’m explaining nutrition.   The gasoline we put into our car is what makes the car run.  The car’s fuel is analogous to macronutrients that make our body’s run. Macronutrients are carbohydrates, proteins…

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Change
Saya Des Marais

Resolutions: How to Actually Follow Through With Yours This Year

We all set resolutions this time of year, but how can you actually stick to them? The new year is here, and many of us are thinking about what we love about our lives 一 and what we want to change. With that said, if you’re like most people, your resolutions probably lay forgotten around February 1st or so. The daily tasks of life have a way of getting in the way of our long-term goals, and it’s easy to put your New Year’s resolutions 一 and all of the hope and optimism that went with them 一 by the wayside. But it doesn’t have to be this way. There are ways to set, and work towards, resolutions that may make you more likely to…

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