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Clark Weekly

Clark Weekly

Topic of the Week

Dumb & Dumbest: Reducing Distorted Thinking at Work

Unfortunately many of us shoot ourselves not with a gun, but with our own brand of distorted thinking at work.

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Blog of the Week

Pro-Working People Laws Catching on Around the Country

As the new year begins, New York, Nevada and Washington state are implementing paid family leave laws, and Rhode Island will join them in July. Rhode Island will bring the total number of states with a paid family leave law to eight.

Thought for the Week

"If I had to reduce the responsibilities of a good follower to a single rule, it would be to speak truth to power."

–Warren Bennis

List of the Week

from Dr. John Izzo

Why People Don't Step Up at Work: The Top Three Reasons

  • Leaders making decisions without seeking input, 64%
  • Leaders dismissing ideas without exploring the ideas, 38%
  • People not getting rewarded or recognized for playing outside the lines, 26%

Top Five News Headlines

  1. Nearly Half of Black STEM Workers Report Being Treated As Incompetent Because of Their Race.
  2. The Trump administration just changed its overtime guidance — and business cheers
  3. Puzder resurfaces in Trump's White House in spite of #MeToo movement
  4. Two Suits Catch Google in Middle of Gender Debate
  5. How to Recognize Sexual Harassment