Weekly Reports November 2020

November 28, 2020

Weekly Report 20-98

  • THE COVID LOCKDOWN MINDSET MAY BE “THE GREATEST SCANDAL OF OUR TIME.” While social distancing, along with antivirals, vitamins, exercise and proper air filtration are effective strategies and early treatments, “there is no NIH recommended protocol treatment for non-hospitalized people;... Continue
  • November 21, 2020

    Weekly Report 20-97

  • “IT IS GENERALLY ACCEPTED THAT THE WORLD IS SPLIT ROUGHLY EVENLY BETWEEN EXTROVERTS, who are energized by social situations and assertive, and INTROVERTS who listen more than talk, think before speaking, and prefer less stimulating environments… In disrupted times –... Continue
  • November 20, 2020

    Weekly Report 20-96

  •   VIRTUALLY MANAGING ‘UNDERPERFORMING’ EMPLOYEES over phone or zoom calls is a challenge which can create anxiety and often be procrastinated to avoid confrontation. A few tips for more effective virtual feedback are: (1) “Not reflexively zeroing in on faults,... Continue
  • November 14, 2020

    Weekly Report 20-95

  • ELECTION CHAOS IS JUST THE LATEST RAMIFICATION OF TODAY’S ‘CULTURE’ BATTLE, which has evolved beyond polarization of ideas to “political sectarianism – the tendency of groups to align on the basis of moralized identities rather than shared ideas or policy... Continue
  • November 11, 2020

    Weekly Report 20-94

  • COMPANIES INCREASINGLY RELY MORE ON ‘PSYCHOMETRIC TESTS’ IN HIRING – test which grade applicants’ responses ranking their attitude and “character trait profile” as better or worse suitable for a job position. Judging is generally based on levels of “openness, conscientiousness,... Continue