After 10 years, the founders knew the business was ready for the next stage of growth. But they weren't sure they were the right people to lead the charge. Jennifer Larino Published 8:00 am CDT, Monday, July 15, 2019 Photo: Alessandro Lecis And Alessandra Panzeri Photo: Alessandro Lecis And Alessandra Panzeri Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Alessandro Lecis And Alessandra Panzeri Why Painting With a Twist's Founders Replaced Themselves as CEO 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Chris Hatten’s days were long and soul-fraying. This was back in 2012, when he worked at a residential treatment facility for children who had experienced deep trauma, and then spent his evenings … [Read more...] about Why Painting With a Twist’s Founders Replaced Themselves as CEO
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Business | At Happy Hour, Kindergarten Rules Apply Sections Skip to content Skip to site index work Friend How to navigate drinking with the boss and plot an escape from life as an assistant. Credit Credit Photo illustration by Julia Stotz for The New York Times; Prop styling by Natalie Shriver Supported by ByMegan Greenwell June 13, 2019 Send questions about the office, money, careers and work-life balance to [email protected] . Include your name and location, even if you want them withheld. Letters may be edited. How Can I Reject an Invitation I Don’t Receive? How should I feel about not being invited to after-work socializing? My boss and most of my co-workers are in their 20s or 30s; I am in my late 50s. We all get along well at work and are a productive team in a large organization. But I see an “inner circle” that includes my boss, and I’m not a part of it. I’m not a big fan … [Read more...] about At Happy Hour, Kindergarten Rules Apply
Learning on the job is probably the single most important factor driving your performance at work. You won’t know everything you need to about your job when you’re hired, no matter how good your education is or how much experience you had in previous positions. The road to learning starts with a willingness to admit what you don’t know and an interest in learning new things. Learning as gap filling Your cognitive brain is the repository for the knowledge you need to do your job well. Three crucial types of knowledge allow you to answer the questions, Who? How? and Why? Who? refers to the people you must connect with to get the resources, information, assistance, and approval to do your work. How? refers to the procedures that let you get things done at work. Why? involves having good causal knowledge about the way the world works within your domain of expertise. With causal knowledge you can solve new problems in new ways rather than just executing a … [Read more...] about This is likely the No. 1 thing affecting your job performance
Viet Nam News BẮC NINH — A volunteer nurse in the northern province of Bắc Ninh has devoted 30 years of her life to care for leprosy patients, earning the affection and respect from those with the ‘cursed disease’ who were shunned by society. The Quả Cam Leper House, a solitary facility in a corner of Bắc Ninh Leprosy and Dermatology Hospital Centre, is home to over 80 elders with leprosy who are receiving treatment and being cared for as they can no longer do everyday tasks unaided. “Sister Xuân” is the affectionate name the patients have dubbed Nguyễn Thị Xuân, who in 1987 gave up her job as a kindergarten teacher to spend her life caring for these unfortunate people, which was deemed an “insane” decision at that time when leprosy was still highly stigmatised in Vietnamese society. “During the church sermons I attended, the priest often spoke about the patients, who I always … [Read more...] about Vietnamese nurse devotes life to care for leprosy patients
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