Angela Driver

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The dark side of tech

If you want to understand how Donald Trump became president of the United States and why his fellow populists and nationalists are on the march …

Manufacturing Sector

When A Self-Driving Car Kills Somebody, Who’s Responsible?

Self-driving cars are supposed to be safer than human-operated cars. In fact, in 90% of car accidents, of which there are over 2 million a year, driver error causes the crash. So, in theory, take the driver out of it, and 90% of those accidents would disappear. But that still leaves the 10%, …

Autonomous Vehicle

We fear what we can't control about Uber and Facebook

The world has now seen its first death by driverless car, in Tempe, Arizona, as a pedestrian was struck down by an Uber vehicle.

Cambridge Analytica

Bitcoin Could Become Illegal Almost Everywhere, After Shocking Discovery in The Blockchain

There's something hidden inside it.<p>The Bitcoin world is coming to grips with a shocking revelation that could potentially threaten the very existence …


New code of conduct for nurses to announce 'white privilege'

A new code of conduct among nurses encourages them to announce their 'white privilege' when dealing with Indigenous Australians or Torres Strait …

Torres Strait Islander

What Kind of Leadership Works Best at Your Company?

Inventive companies like Amazon and Tesla are constantly churning out new products and services, but there is something else that they, and other distinctive enterprises, are also in the business of producing: their version of leadership. A research project we just completed suggests there might be …


Atlanta activists: We don’t want Amazon HQ2 here

Lost in the chorus of economic development boosters and the daily drip…drip…drip of surveys touting Atlanta as a favorite to land Amazon's second …

Enterprise Tech

America’s Loneliest Workers, According to Research

A hundred fifty years ago, poet Emily Dickinson described loneliness as “the horror not to be surveyed, but skirted in the dark.” Had she been running a modern company, she might have felt differently. Loneliness should be as important to managers, CFOs, and CEOs as it is to therapists. The last …

Emily Dickinson

The Beginner's Guide to Recognizing and Changing Negative Thoughts

This strategy will help you learn to recognize and replace the negative thoughts that can hold you back in life.<p>A pessimistic, dismal outlook can take a toll on your life in more ways than you might think. Research consistently links negative thinking to increased risk of mental health problems, …


Beating the Odds: Leadership Lessons from Senior African-American Women

Article | Harvard Business Review<p>Abstract<p>Any list of top CEOs reveals a stunning lack of diversity. Among the leaders of Fortune 500 companies, for …


10 unmistakable habits of utterly authentic people

Oscar Wilde said, “Be yourself. Everyone else is already taken.” Wilde made it sound so simple, but living with authenticity is a real challenge.<p>To …


Use This Equation to Determine, Diagnose, and Repair Trust

<b>Anne Raimondi</b> was stumped. Two people she managed weren't getting along, and it was really impacting progress. In her private conversations with each …


Australia is a far less equal place than it was in the 1980s

Then he got clever. Some of those parents moved home while their children were growing up, to suburbs more than 15 kilometres away.<p>He examined what …

Income Inequality

A woman’s final Facebook message before euthanasia: ‘I’m ready for my trip now...’

Assisted suicides in the Netherlands include a 29-year-old who had nothing wrong with her physically<p>At 2pm on 26 January, Aurelia Brouwers lay down on her bed to die. Clutching a toy pink dinosaur and listening to her favourite music, the 29-year-old drank her prescribed medication as close friends …

Online Privacy

More evidence essential oils 'make male breasts develop'

<b>A suspected link between abnormal breast growth in young boys and the use of lavender and tea tree oils has been given new weight, after a study found eight chemicals contained in the oils interfere with hormones.</b><p>Gynaecomastia is rare, and there is often no obvious cause.<p>But there have been a …

North Carolina

3 Things Apple Believes It Can't Teach Employees

If you want to work in an Apple store, prove you've got these traits in the job interview.<p>Apple is one of the most desired employers in the world. It's been said getting a job at an Apple store is harder than getting into Harvard. If you want to work there, you might assume you need to be a total …

J. K. Rowling

Picture a leader

Tina Kiefer, a professor of organisational behaviour at the University of Warwick in the United Kingdom, fell upon the exercise accidentally, while …


Blind mystic Baba Vanga 'who foretold 9/11 and Brexit' also made a chilling prediction about Russia and Vladimir Putin

A blind mystic who correctly predicted Brexit, 9/11, the rise of ISIS and the Boxing Day tsunami also made a chilling prediction about …


The Most Important Facebook Contest Rules for 2018 [Infographic]

Facebook regularly changes its rules in relation to contests and competitions run on the platform. Here are the latest notes you need to be aware of.

User Generated Content

Most Popular Tea Bags Contain ILLEGAL Amounts of Deadly Pesticides (avoid these brands at all costs)

Check your cupboards. If you have any of these brands of tea, chuck them out immediately and replace them with the brands mentioned in this …


Um… This Sleep-Inducing Drink Knocks Me Out in 10 Minutes, Every Time

I have a long, infuriating history with insomnia. I got it from my mama: Science shows that the condition is often hereditary, and my mom and I have …


Picture a Leader. Is She a Woman?

This series of images emerged from a simple prompt: “Draw an effective leader.”<p>Tina Kiefer, a professor of organizational behavior at the University of Warwick in the United Kingdom, fell upon the exercise accidentally, while leading a workshop full of executives who did not speak much English. …


New cities? It's an idea worth thinking about for Australia

Is there a case for revisiting the idea of new cities for Australia in the light of recent population projections and resurgent debate about the …

Urban Design

Know Your Myers-Briggs Type Indicator? Use Your Results To Your Advantage

One of the most common personality assessments out there is the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI). Through a series of questions, the assessment assigns each individual one of 16 “types,” based on that person’s tendencies toward extroversion or introversion, sensing or intuition, thinking or …


Introverts are Natural Disruptors—Here’s Why | Heleo

“Introverts are uniquely suited to disruption because they’re comfortable playing where other people aren’t.”<p><b>READ ON TO DISCOVER:</b><p><i>The creative power</i> …


This is Why People Leave Your Company

When Carly Guthrie was running HR for Per Se, one of the hottest restaurants in New York, the General Manager gave her a piece of advice: “You know, …

Thomas Keller

Death of a Playwright: Documentary Made by Arthur Miller’s Daughter Reveals “Lost” Institutionalized Son, Tempestuous Marriage to Marilyn Monroe

Home Movies Death of a Playwright: Documentary Made by Arthur Miller’s Daughter Reveals “Lost”...<p>by - March 13, 2018 11:16 am<p>0 30<p>You have to give …

Street Photography

Excuses we tell ourselves as leaders to avoid honest employee feedback

I was on the phone with a CEO the other week. He wanted my advice for how he could cultivate a more open, transparent company culture for his …


Green Room: Is audience behaviour getting worse?

<b>Meet our panel: We have given our panellists pen-names and used stock images but their biographies reflect their real career details…</b>​​​​​<p><i>Albert</i> …

West Side Story

Stephen Hawking’s brilliance in 10 quotes

Stephen Hawking