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How to Adopt a Collaborative Problem-Solving Approach Through ‘Yes, And’ Thinking

By Dr. Cherry Collier — 2016

After more than 24 years of coaching, I’ve noticed that teams and organizations still use traditional problem-solving techniques despite these being either obsolete or ineffective.

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7 Ways of Unpacking Fears of Leaving a Job and Striking Out on Your Own

Many of us have thought of or dreamed about leaving that job to pursue our dreams, maybe start a business, or pursue our passion. While there are practical issues to consider, we also need to overcome the inertia that comes with the fear we experience when taking a major new direction in our lives.

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The Emotion Missing From the Workplace

Sadness is a central part of our lives, yet it’s typically ignored at work, hurting employees and managers alike.

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The Case for Improving Work for People with Disabilities Goes Way Beyond Compliance

Individuals with disabilities frequently encounter workplace discrimination, bias, exclusion, and career plateaus—meaning their employers lose out on enormous innovation and talent potential.

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Research Finds New Reasons for Unemployment Among People with Disabilities

New research has found nine meaningful reasons that prevent people with disabilities from seeking work.

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3 Ways to Embrace Neurodiversity in the Workplace

In a work world dominated by automation, digitalization, and increasing incivility, the need for one group of workers, those whom I call “sensitive strivers,” has never been greater.

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How Talented People with Asperger’s Are Locked Out of the Career System

Businesses that find out more about about the characteristics of those on the autistic spectrum can optimise their strengths and help them to contribute hugely to the output of their teams.

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ADHD in the Workplace

Individuals who have ADHD can be excellent and even inspired employees when placed in the right job with the correct structures in place.

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Getting the University-Industry Partnership Right … Or Not

Recent significant changes in industry are raising the level of collaboration between the private commercial sector and universities, bringing about a cultural shift in higher education.

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Collaboration as Career Value

Knowing and articulating your approach to working with others can be an asset on the job market, writes Joseph Stanhope Cialdella.

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Why Social Movements Should Favor Collaboration over Confrontation

What the Nature Conservancy can teach other groups fighting for social change.

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