How people with high emotional intelligence use the ‘Check 6 rule’ to become extraordinarily persuasive

There’s a saying in the military: “Check 6.” It basically means: don’t forget to look behind you. It originally came from the idea of ​​a pilot checking the six o’clock position directly behind an airplane or bomber. But you don’t have to be a veteran to adopt it. For people with high emotional intelligence, this … Read more

CCRI’s New Education to Support the State’s Growing Land and Marine Industries

THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE of Rhode Island, in partnership with the Rhode Island Nursery & Landscape Association and the Rhode Island Food Policy Council, a new associate degree program to help create careers in the state’s land and marine industries. / COURTESY OF COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF RHODE ISLAND WARWICK – A new federally funded associate degree … Read more

Weekly Economic Roundup – Mettis Global News

July 7, 2022: Federal Finance and Revenue Minister Miftah Ismail said on Thursday that the declining trend in international food and fuel prices would help drive down commodity prices in Pakistan. At a press conference here, the minister said the price of crude oil per barrel had fallen to $100 from $123, while that of … Read more

The Hidden Dangers of Complacency

About the show: Hosted by Sara Nay, the Agency Spark Podcast is a collection of short interviews from thought leaders in the marketing consulting and agency space. Each episode focuses on a single topic with actionable insights you can apply today. Check out the new Spark Lab Consulting page here! About this episode: In this … Read more

Sequoia wants to invest $1M in your idea and then teach you how to actually sell it – TechCrunch

The investment company Sequoia Capital has no shortage of in-house programs for the founders it supports. The idea is to help its startups not only through their affiliation with Sequoia, but by helping them from the start with everything from storytelling to recruiting strategies to give them an edge over rivals. Now Sequoia is using … Read more

NAIDOC 2022: Jahna Cedar OAM on Strengthening Her Indigenous Community

A successful woman who has put her teeth into the male-dominated mining industry, Jahna Cedar OAM is no stranger to challenging perceptions and breaking stereotypes. She has built a career spanning two decades in business and human resources management, governance and leadership, empowering women in business and her indigenous community. This year, her efforts have … Read more