31 results for tag: Dr. Gleb Tsipursky


Defending Your Organization From Misinformation via Neuroscience 

Whenever you hear something repeated, it feels more true when you hear it repeated. In other words, repetition makes any statement seem more true. So anything you hear will feel more true each time you hear it again. Do you see what I did there? Each of ...
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Should You Be Worried About the New COVID Strains?

The news headlines about mutated COVID strains originating in the UK, South Africa, and elsewhere have spread anxiety about the implications for organizations and individuals alike. Recently identified in the US, it likely arrived here by mid-November, with ...
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A Full Table at Christmas This Year May Mean an Empty One in the Years Ahead, Experts Warn

Choose to keep chairs empty at the holidays this year or risk having them empty for years to come. That's the message being delivered in various forms by public health experts and politicians as COVID-19 continues to spread at a devastating pace. The ...
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Are You Paying Attention to What Matters in This Pandemic?

What are you paying attention to during this pandemic? What you're focusing on can make a big difference to your business, your career, and your health. Many people are very excited by the prospect of effective vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna. This ...
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Are You Anchoring Your Business to the Wrong Data?

Have you changed your views about COVID-19 months into this pandemic? Or are you anchoring to the same views you did in March? For example, many people still believe the false claim spread by many prominent leaders in March that COVID is no worse than the ...
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8 Powerful Questions You Need to Ask Before Engaging With Your Executive Career Stakeholders

Stakeholder engagement is one of the more critical aspects of successful executive career management. Such stakeholders can be anyone from the Board of Directors of a company you would like to hire you, to someone you’re serving with on a committee in your ...
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How Leaders Can Prepare for an Election Disaster

Are you prepared as a leader for the possibility of a disastrous result for the US Presidential election? Such an outcome might seem impossible. Yet it doesn’t sound so far-fetched to many top political leaders and experts observing the run-up to the ...
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How Your Household Can Survive and Thrive in the Pandemic

So how can your household effectively adapt to the uncertainty and dislocation that accompanies this new abnormal? While you’re in a new abnormal, your underlying needs and wants remain the same. You just need to figure out different ways toward satisf...
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Are You Missing Vital Information for Your Career?

A tall, thin man in his late fifties approached me after my closing keynote for a manufacturing association conference on how manufacturing leaders can avoid career disasters. He looked distraught and agitated. I hoped he wasn’t angry with something I ...
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5 Steps to Protect Your Executive Career During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Due to the devastating impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the restaurant industry, one of my coaching clients, Alex, who served as the Chief Operating Officer (COO) in a regional chain of 24 diners in the Northeast US, wanted to explore switching her career ...
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How Can Executives Defeat Unconscious Bias?

How can executives like you defeat unconscious bias? First, you need to know what it is. Unconscious bias (also known as implicit bias) refers to unconscious forms of discrimination and stereotyping based on race, gender, sexuality, ethnicity, ability, ...
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How Effective Decision Making Can Make or Break Your Executive Career

In this troubled time of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, making wise career decisions is more important than ever before. To make good decisions, you need to ask the right questions. The answers may feel uncomfortable, and it’s critically important to ...
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