3 reasons why people tune you out—and what to do to be heard

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If you’re frustrated that your message isn’t getting through, you should ask yourself if you’re guilty of one of these common things. If you think you’re not being heard, the natural reaction can be to keep talking. But the more you say, the more likely it is that people will tune you out, says Joe McCormack, author of Noise: Living and Leading When Nobody Can Focus . Read Full Story

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You may be stocking up on toilet paper. Others are out buying guns

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You can’t shoot a virus. But that’s not what people who are lining up for guns and ammo are worried about. You may have witnessed your own apocalyptic scenes of people panic-buying thousands of rolls of toilet paper in the supermarket. What most shoppers may not have seen is that there’s a similar rush at gun stores, as gun owners rush to buy as much ammo as they can fit in their shopping baskets. Read Full Story

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5 reasons why we don’t have more ethical leaders

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Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic unpacks the psychology of why we don’t also choose leaders with the highest integrity. There is a long list of traits people like to associate with great leadership, but few are as important as integrity. When leaders lack integrity , every strength they have becomes a toxic and destructive weapon to reduce rather than enhance the well-being and performance of their groups. Leaders are generally more effective when they are smart and ambition is a critical catalyst of success, but the absence of ethics will fuel leaders’ selfish agenda at the expense of their teams, followers, and subordinates. When leaders are unethical, you better hope that they are as lazy as possible. Read Full Story

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