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Cognitive biases

Cognitive biases

I always think I will need a beautifully curated list like this one which lists 50...

Cindy Tonkin May 20, 2022
Are we learning from failure (or is it woe poor me?)

Are we learning from failure (or is it woe poor me?)

When things go wrong were you unlucky? Or is there something you can learn?...

Cindy Tonkin April 5, 2022
Fun Types

Fun Types

There are three factors of real, restorative fun, according to a new book on fun....

Cindy Tonkin February 19, 2022
R types of people 

R types of people 

You know that I love to find types of people, so I can better understand...

Cindy Tonkin February 17, 2022
Hybrid meetings

Hybrid meetings

In my experience as a trainer, facilitator and also as a participant in meetings,...

Cindy Tonkin January 6, 2022
Brain hemispheres

Brain hemispheres

The right and left brain distinctions made years ago have been debunked, and yet...

Cindy Tonkin November 22, 2021
Authenticity: just enough

Authenticity: just enough

I am certified to run Why Should Anyone Be Lead by You, researched by...

Cindy Tonkin November 16, 2021
Trust

Trust

Psychological trust seems to be a strong buzzword at the moment. In this podcast...

Cindy Tonkin September 2, 2021
Innovation: play or make it hard (or both?)

Innovation: play or make it hard (or both?)

Innovation isn’t always easy to discover. Here are two different approaches: make it harder,...

Cindy Tonkin August 24, 2021
Culture

Culture

This podcast came through my ears today. Adam Grant and John Amaechi What defines...

Cindy Tonkin July 12, 2021