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Scott Sonenshein
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Amantha Imber 16h
On How I Work this week: Professor on how to clean up your meetings, decisions and your inbox
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Scott Sonenshein Jul 27
You can finish project and then move it entirely to saved work. Or if there is a natural split in work, you can break it down to parts and move the finished part to saved work. I recommend following same approach with all projects so it's easy to recall where you store items.
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Happy Brain Science Jul 20
When puts on a panel discussion moderated by & featuring , , , , Modupe Akinola, & Barbara Frederickson, you know it's going to be great! Watch these smart people help us:
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Scott Sonenshein Jul 14
Replying to @KhiataniVinod
That's a great score!
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U-M Positive Orgs Jul 14
Unlocking Resources for Recovery, Resilience, and Renewal: A virtual panel on Monday, July 20 with , , , Barbara Fredrickson, , , , & . Join us:
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Dr. Robyn Silverman- Conversations w/ Kids Expert Jul 14
It's summertime and we don't want our kids perpetually on screens- how can we help them to become more resourceful? I have such an interesting conversation with on the How to about Anything podcast->
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Scott Sonenshein Jul 13
Tidying your professional life goes far beyond an organized desk. Learn to make room for work that matters, be more productive with your time, and build more meaningful connections.
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Scott Sonenshein Jul 2
When trying to raise $ for social causes, Michael Herzenstein, and I find a U-shaped relationship between # of options and contributions. Offering people either a few choices or a lot of choices outperforms a medium # of choices.
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Scott Sonenshein Jun 19
A great conversation about , thank you !
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Scott Sonenshein Jun 15
Replying to @Jacquel03217708
Grounded theory is the method I have the greatest concern over, but it’s far from the only one. There is no one best qualitative method. And as we propose in the paper, mixing different methods could be a viable approach too.
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Scott Sonenshein Jun 12
Replying to @mtechman @work_matters
Don’t know of a specific term here... might have a choice name for these characters!
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Scott Sonenshein Jun 9
As grounded theory methods have increasingly become narrow, Mike Pratt, Martha Feldman + I offer a bricolage approach that yields a deeper connection to data, increases trustworthiness + respects different viewpoints
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Scott Sonenshein Jun 5
My interview on about , minimalism and working with .
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Shern-Min Chow 🙋🏻 May 15
of the future. How will we work & what kind of work will we do after Covid-19? Prof helps us look ahead.
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Scott Sonenshein May 15
Times of crisis can bring out hidden reserves of human resourcefulness. Accept uncertainty -- it’s not going away anytime soon. Get more comfortable improvising, which frees us to constantly learn and adjust our actions.
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Little, Brown Spark May 14
Looking to change up your routine? has some tips on how to spark during the pandemic.
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Scott Sonenshein May 5
Please join us and come with any questions about staying mentally fit during these challenging times.
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Scott Sonenshein May 4
I’m joining & for a discussion on mental health and wellness during and staying at home. Come join us on May 5 at 5PM ET to learn how to balance work, family, conflict, and stress. Register:
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Scott Sonenshein Apr 28
. and I offer some tips for organizing your work life, from your desk and digital life, to your time and teams. Here's an adaptation of in
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Scott Sonenshein Apr 27
Some tips from and me about how to organize your to-do list
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