Tag Archives: Social Sciences

Beware the Very Real Effect of Negative Social Connections


See on Scoop.it – Education For The Future There’s a growing body of evidence supporting the idea that your friends’ friends wield tremendous power over you without you even knowing it. Social networks are the groups of real friends that … Continue reading

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Bilingualism and biculturalism are related, but they are not the same thing.


See on Scoop.it – Global Leaders Anne Egros‘s insight: A very much-needed explanation on the distinction of bilingualism and biculturalism. For example, too often managers are chosen for their abilities to speak the local language but someone can have a … Continue reading

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Increasing Stress, Decreasing Empathy: Need Emotional Intelligence


See on Scoop.it – Global Leaders Research shows stress is increasing: health problems & business costs. Empathy is decreasing to damage collaboration: The case for emotional intelligence Anne Egros‘s insight: Very true ! That is why coaching is an holistic … Continue reading

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You Are What You Speak: How Language Influences Behaviors


If our language shapes the way we think, it also impacts the way we behave. In its presentation, Keith Chen ask the question: Could your language affect your ability to save money ? The author gives various examples on how same information … Continue reading

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Cultural Map of the World: Using Values To Explain Cross-national Differences


See on Scoop.it – Global Leaders Click here to edit the title Anne Egros‘s insight: The World Values Surveys were designed to provide a comprehensive measurement of all major areas of human concern, from religion to politics to economic and … Continue reading

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Cross-cultural Variation in People‘s Prevailing Value Orientations (Powerpoint Presentation)


See on Scoop.it – International Career A Human Development View on Value Change Trends (1981-2006) Powerpoint presentation, Author : Christian Welzel Professor of Political Science ? International University Bremen (IUB) c.welzel@iu-bremen.deIstanbul, November 03, 200 Summary : Cross-Cultural variation in people‘s prevailing … Continue reading

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The Power of Negative Thinking and Cultural Preferences


See on Scoop.it – Global Leaders Both ancient philosophy and modern psychology suggest that darker thoughts can make us happier, writes Oliver Burkeman. The way we are thinking affects what we do and this article is interesting because it explores … Continue reading

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