Shared Links (weekly) Oct. 11, 2020

Shared Links (weekly) Oct. 11, 2020

World Mental Health Day: Leaders Must Prioritize The Whole Wellbeing Of Employees

eDiscovery Market Trends That Can No Longer Be Ignored

Securing Your WordPress Installation

FBI Warning: Using Hotel Wireless Networks is Risky

How to Recognize if Your Colleague is Struggling

Mental health days. Meeting-free times. Companies are adding new benefits to help workers cope

Looking back at the International Panel at Relativity Fest

Microsoft announces new initiatives to promote cybersecurity awareness

Facebook Introduces Mental Health Resource Hub

How To Blog Effectively Every Time

How to talk about mental health with your boss

The Case for Native, I Swear

There Seems to be A Disconnect Between Management and Employees, Again.

There Seems to be A Disconnect Between Management and Employees, Again.

Specifically, as this article points out, companies seem to think they’re doing a bang-up job supporting their employees during all of this forced work-from-home stuff, and pandemic fears, but employees don’t seem to agree: Nearly three-quarters of managers in the survey say they’re helping their staff learn skills to work in a new way. But…

Linked: How to Stop Depression from Sabotaging Your Career
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Linked: How to Stop Depression from Sabotaging Your Career

You would think, after everything we’ve been through this year with COVID-19, racial justice issues, a dysfunctional election, and natural disasters, maybe, just maybe this wouldn’t still be the case, but I’m afraid for many workers, this is totally true: “In my opinion, productivity is given undue importance, while burnout is largely ignored in the…

Linked: Your Data Is Discriminating…Against You
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Linked: Your Data Is Discriminating…Against You

I think this is really interesting, because the more information about you there is, the more reasons someone can find to either rule against you, or to do more investigation into you. Which leads to more information about you being available, and round and round we go. “That is in part because algorithms are made…

Shared Links (weekly) Oct. 4, 2020

Shared Links (weekly) Oct. 4, 2020

How To Be A Better Public Speaker Tips From Toastmasters World Champion

How to Help Frazzled Employees Refuel for Another Stretch of Uncertainty

The Mental Health Challenges For Workers During COVID

All The Things You Want To Know About Ediscovery But Are Too Afraid To Ask

Legalweek Makes It Official: It’s Going Virtual – Not to Mention Free and Extended

Negotiating with Ransomware Gangs

Five Great Reads on eDiscovery for September 2020

The Social Dilemma Manipulates You With Misinformation As It Tries To Warn You Of Manipulation By Misinformation

– Everyone has an agenda, EVERYONE.

Best Tech Podcasts | Favorite Tech or Business Podcasts — AAW Authors

UHS hospitals hit by reported country-wide Ryuk ransomware attack

Research shows what inclusive leaders look like

45% of women business leaders say it’s difficult for women to speak up in virtual meetings

Why The Lies Matter

Why The Lies Matter

According to this Psychology Today article, they matter because we are completely incapable of ignoring them. Even when we know something isn’t true, it still impacts our thought processes because our brains cannot unlearn information we take in. The example from the article is a good place to start: Now imagine this scenario: You are…