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Household income plays crucial role in determining a child's prospects – report | Inequality | The Guardian
LSE review of 61 childhood studies sheds new light on the role of money on cognitive and educational outcomes, social development and physical health - “We can now confidently say that money itself matters and needs to be taken into account if we want to improve children’s outcomes,” //&! https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/poverty-shrinks-brains-from-birth1/ - Neither study explains the cause of the cognitive differences. Although the authors of both studies admit that genetic factors could be involved, they suspect that environmental exposures such as stress and nutrition are more important and begin even before the babies are born. &! http://www.npr.org/2017/03/23/521195903/how-the-scarcity-mindset-can-make-problems-worse &! https://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2013/11/your-brain-on-poverty-why-poor-people-seem-to-make-bad-decisions/281780/ &! http://www.npr.org/2014/01/13/261393781/poverty-as-a-social-condition
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july 2017 by asterisk2a
Ernährung und Gehirn: Wie Essen Gedächtnis und Intelligenz beeinflusst - SPIEGEL ONLINE
[cause or correlation to poverty and deprivation (junk food use) associated otherwise with factors eg communication, books, attention, care] // &! https://nutritionfacts.org/?fwp_search=IQ&fwp_content_type=video &! https://nutritionfacts.org/video/iq-of-vegetarian-children-2/ ] Schädliches Junkfood?

Ein Ergebnis: Kinder, die nicht gestillt wurden oder als Kleinkinder viel stark verarbeitetes, fett- und zuckerreiches Essen aßen, waren im Alter von acht Jahren etwas weniger intelligent als gesünder ernährte Zeitgenossen, die Muttermilch und mehr frisches, selbst gekochtes Essen konsumierten.


Dass gerade Junkfood offenbar nicht gut fürs Gehirn ist, zeigt auch eine aktuelle Untersuchung von 245 iranischen Grundschülern. Kinder, die viele raffinierte Kohlenhydrate wie etwa industriell hergestellten Weißzucker, Weißbrot oder Nudeln zu sich nahmen, erzielten schlechtere Ergebnisse in bestimmten Intelligenztests.
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july 2017 by asterisk2a
How World of Warcraft Could Save Your Business and The Economy - YouTube
https://twitter.com/jhagel/status/634747935356551168 - Hagel is/was Deloitt CEO? // working in a self-organising group, << big corporation. multi-product company. // Start-up of You - invent your own dashboard for you. OKR & continual learning, exploration, execution, challenging yourself. getting up again after failure and learning/analysing it and trying again. &! passion, curiosity, interest driven. // https://twitter.com/jhagel/status/634747935356551168
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august 2015 by asterisk2a
Neue Studie zeigt: Ohne Abschluss kaum Chancen auf dem Arbeitsmarkt - SPIEGEL ONLINE
Deutschen Chefs sind formale Abschlüsse besonders wichtig, zeigt eine neue Auswertung der PIACC-Studie. Für Geringqualifizierte sind die Jobchancen in Deutschland ungleich schlechter als in anderen Ländern.
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february 2015 by asterisk2a
The Most Valuable Skill Every Recruiter Overlooks — The Entrepreneur’s Journey — Medium
[ LISTENING SKILLS ] [...] >> Empathy. To be a great leader is to be a great listener instead of a talker. Think about it. When a project isn’t getting done, or somebody is unhappy, how do you move forward? Do you go into the solution right away? Absolutely not. Before you fix the problem, you need to figure out what the problem actually is. And you’re not going to figure that out by walking into a room and taking charge immediately. Why are we 2 weeks behind? Why is something at a standstill? The way you win is by listening to the reasons WHY things aren’t going well. Once you have assessed those, you can jump into problem solving mode.
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december 2014 by asterisk2a
The Responsive Enterprise: Embracing the Hacker Way - ACM Queue
The "Seven Aspects of our Culture," as described in a Netflix slide presentation (Values are what we Value; High Performance; Freedom and Responsibility; Context, not Control; Highly Aligned, Loosely Coupled; Pay Top of Market; and Promotions and Development) provides a crisp formulation of people-management values for a software-centric enterprise.4 Here is our take on four of Netflix's seven core values: [...] No company embodies the hacker culture better than Facebook, and CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg explained the idea eloquently in his letter to investors when Facebook filed for its IPO: "Hacker culture is also extremely open and meritocratic. Hackers believe that the best idea and implementation should always win—not the person who is best at lobbying for an idea or the person who manages the most people."10
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december 2014 by asterisk2a
Emotionen erkennen können lohnt sich. www.psychologie-heute.de
Die Bonner Wissenschaftler folgern, dass bei der Auswahl von Führungskräften mehr Wert auf die Fähigkeit zur Emotions-Erkennung gelegt werden sollte – vor allem, wenn es im Beruf auf den Umgang mit Menschen ankommt. "Wie oft hört man Führungskräfte von Verständnis und Wertschätzung sprechen", kritisiert Blickle – "und wenn man ihr Führungsverhalten sieht, stellt man fest, dass sie beides nicht haben."
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november 2014 by asterisk2a
dctp.tv | Dalia Martin
dctp.tv | dalia-martin - slicing up the value chain, flatter org chart, Germany needs more uni grads, --- Germany needs more liberal immigration policy for highly qualified people with degrees and --- education policy needs to capture ALL possible candidates. Anreiz fuer higher education. // Germany NEEDS immigration - because of demographic bubble. Period. Either get people in Germany and the jobs of the Future. Or let the jobs go away to where the human capital and cognitive resources are. Period. // self-awareness of women is through the ranks lower compared to men. it comes from society, media, childhood, parenting. // thus lack of strong women. lack of Female Founders too. // Experiment showed:: Women react discouraged during competition with Men, but competition Woman-Woman shows no such signs of lack of wanting to compete. ... WHY!? Do we have to split-up schools again - All Girls Schools Only? Or Do we just have to change girls perception of the world early on!? //
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september 2014 by asterisk2a

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