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Laura Pasquini
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Laura Pasquini Feb 21
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Laura Pasquini Feb 21
On Ep.59 we welcome Etta Jacobs, an executive coach, who focuses on empowering mid-level managers & those in career transition. & chat about , entrepreneurship & managing your . LISTEN:
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FT Technology News Feb 20
Google moves UK user data to US to avert Brexit risks
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joshmkim Feb 21
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Laura Pasquini Feb 19
Replying to @busynessgirl
<3
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Katie Linder Feb 19
This was such a fun blog post to contribute to --> 3 Questions for the Authors of Going Alt-Ac
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Laura Pasquini Feb 19
Replying to @kimtairi
You make the next decade ahead look so good. :)
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Laura Pasquini Feb 19
I'm trying to get my homework done before fly back home to Texas for the weekend.
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Laura Pasquini Feb 19
Replying to @bonni208 @tihighered
It certainly does! Congratulations, Bon!
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Laura Pasquini Feb 19
Solid interview with on Episode 60: Growing [As] Leaders in Our Field It's like a with suggestions we still need for in
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Laura Pasquini Feb 19
The future of work looks like staying out of the office Does it?
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Laura Pasquini Feb 19
Reading: Wikipedia Is the Last Best Place on the Internet "People used to think the crowdsourced encyclopedia represented all that was wrong with the web. Now it's a beacon of so much that's right."
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Jennifer Lawrence Feb 18
Ed Designer burnout is totally a thing, but I see it for different reasons - more often having expertise ignored. The feeling of not being able to change things towards better practice for arbitrary reasons weighs heavy on many
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Neil Mosley Feb 18
‘It’s no longer enough to obtain a degree; having a career now requires people to upskill continuously, yet “people can’t take the time out of their lives to attend physical establishments”. ‘
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Laura Pasquini Feb 19
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Laura Pasquini Feb 19
Replying to @ken_bauer
Now you have me salivating for some... thanks, Ken!
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Laura Pasquini Feb 19
Replying to @bonni208
Ha! Maybe? But I love it anyways...
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Laura Pasquini Feb 19
Replying to @Bali_Maha
No. Not at all.
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Phil Hill Feb 18
Instructure CEO Dan Goldsmith Resigns and New Approach for Bravo Acquisition
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Katie Linder Feb 18
Did I Mention I Have a New Book Out?
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