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Data is important, but it often isn’t very compelling. By pairing your data with storytelling, you can create empathy and inspire action.

In this issue of the Pulse, we share a TED Talk from Leadership consultant Karen Eber about how the worlds best leaders and visionaries earn trust through storytelling.

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How small is too small when it comes to making something you’re proud of? Is a bad idea worth spending a little extra time on pursuing if it means you’re better prepared for your next great one?

In this issue of the Pulse, we discuss the importance of finding the breakthroughs in our bad ideas, and using them as stepping stones on the path towards our ultimate goal.

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Are you more likely to be compelled by a single, well thought out argument or several weak ones? Can you increase the quality of a poor argument by simple increasing the quantity? According to the research, the answer is a resounding no.

In this issue of the Pulse, we share a TED Talk from organizational psychologist Niro Sivanathan on the best way to make a good point, and why brevity is so important when it comes to persuasion.

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The workforce is quickly growing more diverse, but this rapid rate is not reflected in our boardrooms and c-suites. The practice known as reverse mentorship can help bridge the gap in perspective that this disparity can cause — creating a more diverse and inclusive environment.

In this issue of the Pulse, we discuss some of the important things to consider if you plan on implementing a reverse mentorship relationship in your workplace.

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Reflection, connection, and asking plenty of questions — when you’re seeking to truly understand someone in a virtual space, you need to work even harder than you would in person.

In this issue of the Pulse, we share a video from Harvard Business Review wherein Mark Kaestner, former global director of executive development for The Coca Cola Company, describes the need to be truly present when connecting virtually in order to make up for the loss of body language and facial cues.

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