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1號課堂是遠見天下文化事業群,提供上班族進修學習的學習平台。內容包含時事分析、商業理財、自我成長、語言學習、親子教養等主題 每週會在Podcast上分享《遠見觀點》與《哈佛商業評論》帶你洞察社會趨勢,解決你職場上的疑難雜症 你可以在Apple Podcast、SoundOn、Google Podcast、Cast box等平台收聽 如果想收聽更多內容,搜尋【1號課堂】即可獲得更多實用資訊
 
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Work can be frustrating. How can you get along with that maddening coworker? Figure out what your unapproachable boss really wants? Motivate your demoralized team? "Dear HBR:" is here to help. With empathy, experience, and humor, veteran Harvard Business Review editors and co-hosts Alison Beard and Dan McGinn explore solutions to your workplace dilemmas. Bolstered by insights from guests and academic research, they help you navigate thorny situations to find a better way forward.
 
Guys are you looking fora Gents PG in HBR Layout or a Luxury Gents PG in HBR Layout Do you Know about HBR LayoutHennru-Bellary (HBR) Layout is one of the fastest developing localities in the North-East Bengaluru. It is predominantly a residentialarea lying both sides of the Outer Ring Road (ORR), the Information Technology hub of Bengaluru.HBR Layout is developed by Bengaluru Development Authority (BDA) in 5 blocks which has mix of apartments and individual residential houses. A few private ...
 
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Sarah Federman, assistant professor at the University of Baltimore, studies how companies handle their historical misdeeds and what that means for employees and customers. From insurance firms that backed slave owners to railroad companies that transported victims of the Holocaust, many legacy companies can find they played a role in past transgres…
 
We know that great leadership takes not just intelligence and drive but also the ability to get along well with and learn from others. The key, says Amer Kaissi, is to be both ambitious and humble throughout your career. He's studied how people succeed across diverse industries and offers advice of how to find a better balance between our desire to…
 
Stefanie Stantcheva, economist at Harvard University, founded the Social Economics Lab to study inequality, our feelings about it, and how policies influence it. She says when we estimate how much money our colleagues make or how much taxes impact us, we are often very far off from the truth. Her research also shows that our misconceptions are ofte…
 
Heidi Grant, a motivational psychologist, has studied successful people and what makes them tick. In this classic episode, she and former host Sarah Green Carmichael discuss the behaviors of high achievers and how to incorporate them into your own life and work. Grant is the author of the HBR article and e-book "Nine Things Successful People Do Dif…
 
Companies around the world are struggling to fill open positions, while millions of unemployed people look for work. What's going on? Zeynep Ton, professor at the MIT Sloan School of Management, says that organizations need to start offering better jobs. While old-school management thinking argued for paying workers only as much money as the market…
 
Mita Mallick, head of inclusion, equity, and impact at the firm Carta, says gaslighting at the office is more common than many people realize. That's when a manager or coworker engages in behavior where one thing happens, and they try to convince the victim otherwise. Gaslighting can damage the victim’s well-being and performance as well as the com…
 
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