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The ultimate science-backed guide to emotional intelligence at work

Workers who cultivate emotional intelligence are less prone to chronic stress or burnout and exhibit more resilience and job satisfaction overall. 

Feds Reportedly Launch Criminal Probe Into Wells Fargo Following Allegations Of Sham Job Interviews

Federal civil rights prosecutors are investigating Wells Fargo’s hiring practices, the New York Times reported Thursday, weeks after the paper revealed some Wells Fargo managers had conducted fake interviews with Black and female job applicants.

The Western Land Rush

Today’s run on land out west is spreading not American power but five-star living dressed up as frontiersmanship. Welcome to the home of end-table antlers and Escalades.

Join The Pew Charitable Trusts on June 21-22: Broadband Access Summit virtual webcast

Affordable, reliable internet is no longer a nice-to-have, it’s a must-have. Unfortunately, the low-bar policy goals of the past have left millions of Americans still unable to access or afford this essential service. Unprecedented federal…

A full return to the office? Does ‘never’ work for you?

“It’s kind of a Wizard of Oz thing,” Kime said. In other words, his team realized that there was no almighty being compelling his assistance; there was just a man behind a curtain (or Zoom screen). “As much as we complained about going back to work, we all understood that it was going to happen. But the minute we started going, we realized how silly that was,” she added.

Rural Journalism Summit: The Challenges Facing Local News Organizations Reflect the Communities They Serve

A national gathering last week examined the state of rural journalism. Along with significant economic and social challenges in the small-town news industry, bright spots and optimism remain.

Climate change puts a different spin on fly fishing for once skeptical anglers

“When you spend a lot of time outdoors, and you do it over decades, you start to see a pattern, and you can count on those things happening over and over again at approximately the same time (of year),” said Todd Tanner, a Montana resident who has been fishing for more than 55 years. “Anyone who has been fly fishing for a decade or longer has seen the impacts of climate on our fisheries.”

Have you faced a bidding war trying to rent an apartment?

Many people are facing the kind of intense competition usually only seen with buying houses.

Brad Feld Releases: Startup Boards: A Field Guide to Building and Leading an Effective Board of Directors 2nd edition launch day is 6/15. It will be a must read for every board.

The first time many founders see the inside of a board room is when they step in to lead their board. But how do boards work? How should they be structured, managed, and leveraged so that startups can grow, avoid pitfalls, and get the best out of their boards? Authors Brad Feld, Mahendra Ramsinghani, and Matt Blumberg have collectively served on hundreds of startup and scaleup boards over the past 30 years, attended thousands of board meetings, encountered multiple personalities and situations, and seen the good, bad, and ugly of boards.

Less Parking Could Mean More Housing

Citing environmental concerns and a lack of housing, an increasing number of cities and some West Coast states are reconsidering mandates that all homes, offices and businesses offer a minimum number of parking spots for residents, workers and customers.

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