Category Archives: Personal Professionality

Does Personal Bias Make People Vulnerable to Misinformation on Social Media Platforms?

Bob Hutchins August 24, 2021 Bias has a well-documented effect on reasoning. Bias can affect the processing of information and lead to beliefs that are incongruent with evidence and rational consideration. Bias is therefore expected to influence an individual’s susceptibility to misinformation online. For instance, if you absolutely (the bias) believe the earth is flat … Continue reading Does Personal Bias Make People Vulnerable to Misinformation on Social Media Platforms?

3 Small Ways to Make Mental Health a Big Workplace Priority

Sammy Courtright January 8, 2021 One of the most unfortunate challenges that some individuals have been facing as a result of the pandemic is it’s taken a toll on their mental health. As a result, employee mental health is now a front-and-center issue for most organizations to address. One of my company’s goals is to … Continue reading 3 Small Ways to Make Mental Health a Big Workplace Priority

Be Seen, Be Heard: How to Stand Out From the Crowd in Today’s Noisy Marketplace

Colby Jones June 22, 2020 In an age where audiences face information fatigue and consumers are more skeptical than ever of companies and individuals who self-promote, the traditional advertising strategies just don’t get the job done anymore. Instead, consumers are moved by thought leadership, where business leaders provide genuine value to consumers without even the … Continue reading Be Seen, Be Heard: How to Stand Out From the Crowd in Today’s Noisy Marketplace