archive-title Yearly Archives: 2020

Yearly Archives: 2020

Motivation, provenance of disinformation is pivotal in news reporting | Stanford News – Stanford Report

March 30, 2020 Journalists must understand provenance, motivation when reporting disinformation, Stanford researchers urge Two Stanford scholars discuss strategies for reporters and editors to write about disinformation, leaked material and propaganda in a responsible and timely way. Facebook Twitter Email By Melissa De Witte When confronted with propaganda, disinformation or hacks, journalists face a conundrum: […]

Managing Stress and Emotions When Working Remotely

subscribe-iconSubscribe Share As COVID-19 continues to spread around the globe, more and more of us are starting to make changes to the way we work. Google, Microsoft, Trader Joe’s, Gap, and United Airlines are among a growing number of U.S. companies that have already acted to address their workers’ most immediate employment concerns stemming from […]

Combating the Toll of Digital Pollution

subscribe-iconSubscribe Share If you went back to London in the 1600s, you would find a coal-fired metropolis, where heavy smoke from the city’s burning hearths and furnaces damaged buildings. Only during the Industrial Revolution in the mid-1800s, when respiratory diseases became the leading cause of death in the city, did people finally recognize how air […]

Self-Management During Distress (& How To Cope!) | Neeta & Ajit Nawalkha

Self-management during distress and how to build your mental toughness. Stressful times call for new ways to take care of your mental health and manage yourself to stay calm and resilient. Evercoach co-founder Ajit Nawalkha and leadership coach Neeta Bhushan Nawalkha share their best insights and advice on how to manage yourself during these uncertain […]