Tag Archive: Culture

The Afghan Women’s Writing Project: ‘To Tell One’s Story is a Human Right’

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In May 2009, Masha Hamilton founded The Afghan Women’s Writing Project, also known as AWWP. Their mission statement is simple, straight to the point, and pierces the heart with its truth: “To tell… Continue reading

Weekend Guide to Portsmouth, NH

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The charming little town of Portsmouth, NH seems to be gaining popularity lately with headlines such as Most Underrated American City, Best Places to Live in New Hampshire and even one of the World’s… Continue reading

WORKPLACE CULTURE: personifying the human voice through EC and EI

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  Culture, a perceived-to-be, disguisable, in-the-moment, trendy buzzword, infiltrates the small business, organizational and corporate space. This word often saturates titles and headlines of articles having little to do with diction and more… Continue reading

How to Showcase Your Passions for a Culture Fit

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Our research shows that 92% of company executives believe that culture skills are as important or more important than technical know-how. These are the six characteristics that entrepreneurial leaders value most. Desire to learn Passion: for the… Continue reading

UN Women Collaborates with Professional Sports Team for the First Time

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On May 26, 2015, the UN Women announced at the New York City headquarters that they are officially collaborating with the Valencia Club de Futbol in order to engage men and boys in… Continue reading

I Am That Girl Brings Shift in Girl Culture

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Source: www.iamthatgirl.com We all have a young woman in our life that, with a nudge here and a little love and support there, can realize their potential. Once realized, what better way to… Continue reading

The Pocket Guide Review: Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel

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Let me get this off my plate right now: you should read this book. Emily St. John Mandel’s Station Eleven is both genre-defying and full of contradictions – it is tragic yet humorous,… Continue reading

The Pocket Guide Reviews: All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr

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All the Light We Cannot See, Anthony Doerr’s recently published WWII novel, has been cropping up on what feels like every “Best Books of 2014” list around. From the New York Times to… Continue reading

The Pocket Guide: Party-Ready Peanut Butter Cookies

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It’s that time of year again. The days are short and the nights are filled with more holiday parties than you could possibly attend. It may be cold, but there’s no better way… Continue reading

The Pocket Guide’s Retro Review: Donna Tartt’s The Secret History

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While I am of the belief that there is no bad season for reading, the necessity of a good book is most profound in the winter months. When the cold bites at your… Continue reading