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Steven Dowd Jul 1
Paralysis recovery, crisis resilience toolkit development and recruitment challenges for individuals or teams... This interview was fun to do just now. Thanks !
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@nextmapping Jun 24
require a to be able to dynamically engage viewers while sharing leading edge content that can be used to increase success right away
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Lance Scaper Apr 6
Studies show noise & air pollution are down since every one started to just goes to show, us humans are the real problem.
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greg costello Jan 2
Well said. UN WHO World bank IMF and on and on. I think a lot of people feel these over arching over opinionated organisations often do more harm than good has their time passed. As a foot note when learning about coffee 20years ago vietnam wasn’t even on radar.
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@nextmapping Jun 25
What Is The Office For? A Look At The Changing Role Of The Workplace
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MaggieMooseTracks Mar 23
🙋🏼‍♀️Peeps! It’s a great time to create a new you & release any fear or negativity about what’s going on. Say what? You don’t want change?💡 is an opportunity to stretch & grow. Keep going! New ways, new ideas & so much creativity can bloom!🌸
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@nextmapping Jun 19
A client of ours surveyed their teams on whether they wanted to work remote or in office 70% said, ‘remote please’
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Sam Vimes Jan 24
Seems didn't learn anything from the fines last time, and have more money to throw their way....
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@nextmapping Jun 23
New discovery allows 3D printing of sensors directly on expanding organs
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Tess King Jun 18
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Forced Change Jan 3
So many were affected by Hurricane Katrina and other powerful storms, almost every year. "Climate refugees," as they are called in this article, will multiply in the future and the PTSD is real. This is the new normal.
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@nextmapping Jun 18
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Swastika Rathi Apr 14
Bill Gates on the global battle with coronavirus. One of the best minds speaks! via
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Billy Epperhart Jun 10
One reason people have such a challenging time with forced changes is that it is impossible to be prepared for them. There is no way to prepare specifically for forced changes. The fact that the change is unexpected and unwanted makes it harder to accept.
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Steven Dowd Jun 19
My 4-year injurversary came and went on 6th June... and I’ve just realised. I love that! A negative event need not define your life negatively.
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Ashoak Grewal Mar 2
what were you thinking handcuffing a 6 year old and then trying to argue that it was justified. Why is it so hard for “systems” to admit mistakes? is the equalizer.
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Daily Research @SurveyCircle Apr 9
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Brandon Kacere May 8
Just because you didn’t choose to look for a new job doesn’t mean you should do it with all the advantages. Here are some tips for the the new phase you may be going through.
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Lauren Kadis Nov 16
I hate this. I hate this so much.
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communitas global Apr 22
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