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This Is Oct 26
Do you waste time trying to control things that you can’t control? Watch our latest Vlog. In uncertain times there are no rules, just a set of principles to guide our behaviour. - Read more in our book, 'Uncertainty Rules?'
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Rajeev Jaiswal 22h
While the future is uncertain, with quantum computing we will embrace this uncertainty.
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Zingword Oct 26
🐙 inherently carries a level of uncertainty with it, and 2020 only seems to be exacerbating it. Here's our take on how to cope with these pressures:
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Josh | CBT Oct 22
“No one in the pandemic has all the information they need to make consistently right decisions even for very specific questions. Even if they did, the same information would have different implications for a different question”.
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Rita Burgett-Martell Oct 23
Leadership, The Future, and Tea Podcast: Let's talk about transformational change. Click here: .
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Melton Foundation Oct 24
An informative, much-needed, and insightful and workshop today on "Embracing " for Melton Fellows from around the world! Thank you to our facilitator ! :) Apply to become a Melton Fellow -
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AKKA Technlogies Oct 21
How can we best respond to and how do we deal with ? A group of developers got together to address this issue – the solution was a and 12 principles. Click here to read the manifesto 📰
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Trainee-led teaching 14h
An hour and a half to go! This is now at 7pm not 6pm, so you can all get cosy at home and have your scran with it before Bake Off starts at 8pm. Perfect. Message us for the link if you're interested. Gonna be good.
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TradeVistas Oct 23
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Andra Le Roux-Kemp Oct 20
“Acknowledging a little more might improve not only the atmosphere of the debate and the science, but also public trust. [...] When deciding whom to listen to in the era, we should respect those who respect uncertainty...”
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Hannah Cutting 12h
Nurses are our strength, our pride and our friends. - this one is specifically for you. We really hope it can be possible for you to join us during a lunch hour for this special, focused session on restoring and navigating .
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Kingly Oct 19
Now that anti-Covid-19 measures are tightening up, a lot of companies across are feeling that exact anxiety and that hit them several months earlier. To avoid closing doors, here are some tips on how to keep your employees safe:
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Howard Aldrich 16h
If You're So Smart, Why Don't You Make Better Decisions? The Implications of Ecological Rationality for Management Learning
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FareShare Midlands Oct 24
With the winter months fast approaching and the world still full of , we fear even more for those from around the . Become a to help us and , together we can do more:
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CoCreAct Oct 22
Do you feel overwhelmed by the ? Good news: We can learn to cope better with ! The key is your tolerance. Here are 5 things to do to help you to adjust your . .
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Vern 14h
Replying to @DBleizeffer
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Certainty of Uncertainty Oct 26
Some reflections on the approaching election and on our desire to retreat into certainties when the outcome retains unavoidable uncertainty.
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Chilled and Considerate Oct 21
To learn more about Dr Einstein and her research on uncertainty, head to - links to her articles and podcast appearances are all available!
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Westfield Primary Oct 26
Before the holidays, Ms Ferguson gave p3/4 at parcel with something inside - we had no idea what was inside, although had lots of imaginative ideas! When we opened the box on the Friday morning ALL our learning had to be inspired by the contents of the box
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Brian Lumsdon Oct 23
If you're feeling lost right now you're not alone. Uncertainty and disruption over the last few months has caused many to feel the same way. Why not try looking back to find the clues to the way forward...
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