Regret. We Three Queens: What Are Our Biggest Regrets?

Regret. “What are your biggest regrets – either things you did or those you are sorry you never did?” That was the question I posed to my fellow authors of a former blog of mine. They all “stared” at me blankly – well virtually as we were having a pow-wow via Facebook messenger. Is it … Read More

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Can Health Insurance Companies Charge The Unvaccinated Higher Premiums?

Insurance. “Can health insurance companies charge the unvaccinated higher premiums? What about life insurers? 5 questions answered” by Kosali Simon, Indiana University and Sharon Tennyson, Cornell University The current COVID-19 wave in the U.S. is mostly affecting unvaccinated Americans, who represent more than 95% of current cases of hospitalization and death. Given the average cost … Read More

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Is Your Workforce Resilient? Here Are Some Tips To Make It So

Workforce resiliency – what is that? Resiliency is defined as, “Our capacity to bounce back.” I define it as “Our capacity to increase the quality of our experience and the outcomes.” Creating and maintaining a resilient workforce takes vision, mission, diligence and resources. In a world of work that is experiencing global competition, key issues include: … Read More

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What Would A More Literate World Look Like?

Literacy. “What would a more literate world look like?” by Stewart Riddle Let us suppose for a moment that there is a magic bullet for curing illiteracy. In fact, what if we were able to take the global literacy rate from 84% worldwide to something closer to 90% or even 99%? What difference would it … Read More

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Grieving: What’s The Point Of Grief?

Grieving. “What’s the point of grief?” by John Frederick Wilson, York St John University Grieving is an experience almost everyone will go through at some point in their life. And is something we often have no control over. It isn’t just humans either. There is plenty of evidence, albeit anecdotal, that other mammals, particularly primates, … Read More

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As COVID-19 Restrictions Lift, Grief Literacy Can Help Us Support Those Around Us

Grief. “As COVID-19 restrictions lift, grief literacy can help us support those around us” by Susan Cadell, University of Waterloo; Jacques Cherblanc, Université du Québec à Chicoutimi (UQAC); Karima Joy, University of Toronto, and Mary Ellen Macdonald, McGill University COVID-19 has brought about many losses and many deaths. The number of deaths worldwide has reached almost … Read More

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What Causes Greed And How Can We Deal With It?

Greed. What causes greed and how can we deal with it? by Laura E. Alexander, University of Nebraska Omaha Recent news stories have highlighted unethical and even lawless actions taken by people and corporations that were motivated primarily by greed. Federal prosecutors, for example, charged 33 wealthy parents, some of whom were celebrities, with paying bribes … Read More

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