In-person events can certainly be highly engaging. Some speakers are electrifying. However, some videos and radio programs are also electrifying. As a trainer or educator, you have to get to know the medium. Furthermore, I would challenge the idea that in-person events are more engaging by default. Many require people to sit all day, fighting exhaustion and a wandering mind. The reason is those trainings seek to pack in the most content they can in the time allotted because of the high cost of travel. Digital learning does not face such constraints, so it can be spread out into chunks that are easy to handle as a learner. … [Read more...] about I’ve been teaching leadership virtually for 8 years. Here’s why it’s so effective
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Find time to share feelings openly At the end of each day, set aside time to get together where everyone has the opportunity to talk about how their day went. Encourage others to share their feelings openly. Expressing our fears and anxieties to others helps us cope with them and makes us feel we are not alone. Never judge feelings that others have—just listen and accept them for what they are. It is important that everyone is in agreement that anyone’s feelings will not be judged and everyone feels free to express them. Everyone should be encouraged to use “I” words when expressing themselves. … [Read more...] about 5 ways to stay emotionally healthy while self-isolating
4. They Face Their Fears And Take Action When confronted with the need to take a calculated risk, these leaders overcome their fears and go for it. They know any worthwhile achievement involves the risk of failure. For them, failure isn’t the worst of all possibilities. Instead, it’s the idea that they might miss out on some potentially great achievement because they listened to their fears. These are people for whom the worst-case scenario is regretting the important things they didn’t attempt. … [Read more...] about 7 Habits Of Tough-Minded Leaders
The CSO releases the quarterly GDP estimates with a two-month lag every year. It also releases annual advance estimates in first week of January and later in the last week of February. National accounts estimates go through multiple revisions through three years based on updated data across sectors.The first provisional annual estimates are released on the last working day of May. So, for 2018-19, the provisional GDP estimates will be released on May 31, 2019. … [Read more...] about Fresh Row: What is India’s GDP and how is it calculated?
This genetics company has taken the first step toward creating an Africa-wide genetic biobank by partnering with more than a dozen hospitals in Nigeria in an effort to collect, sequence, and analyze the genomes of their patients. The startup has already collected tens of thousands of samples, and expects to have more than 200,000 by the end of this year. … [Read more...] about The 10 most innovative companies in Africa for 2020