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“Studies have shown organizations that promote employee health and well-being, for example through work/life balance, are 3.5 times more likely than others to encourage creativity and innovation”

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June 20, 2021

Denmark now sends surplus sanitary napkins, medical equipment and respirators to needy countries such as Nepal, Iraq, northern Macedonia, Serbia and Montenegro.
What is it that Nepal needs, and what is it that we can do without in Denmark of our own preparedness?
The first chapter of this relief effort begins tonight.
Here, Denmark sends 126 pallets to corona-affected Nepal – part of the aid consists of 26 respirators to the Nepalese hospitals, which have been donated by the Central Jutland Region.

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June 17, 2021

Harvard Business Review analyzed behavioural data of 3,492 managers who were in a development program to become better coaches. HBRs goal was to identify the differences between average and great listeners. It compiled a list of characteristics that make managers climb the ranks to be the best kind of listeners for their employees.
Rather than staying silent during conversations, the best listeners engage in two-way dialogue, making suggestions, asking questions, and acting as a sounding board for the other person. Good listeners pay attention to non-verbal cues and keep the focus on the other person. If you’re naturally dominant with the drive to have control over your environment, be aware of your natural tendency to commandeer the conversation and avoid that behaviour.

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June 9, 2021

The age group between 15 and 25 years simply has a completely different way of looking at life, and one of the more unfortunate is the lack of commitment. We also see a high level of indifference and a low level of commitment.

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May 21, 2021

Mentioned at a meeting last week: “From several sides, discrimination is perceived as a bigger and growing problem, discrimination with a focus on age. Danish legislation (§ 7a), in particular, “prevents” many companies from hiring older employees with greater experience and knowledge, and that is unfortunate. Experience obviously does not have the same value in Europe – as in Asia! Is it going in the wrong direction?”

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April 18, 2021

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Covid-19 status

June 17, 2021: The countries with the highest numbers: “Total deaths per million”: Peru, Hungary, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Czechia, San Marino, North Macedonia, Bulgaria, Montenegro, Brazil, Slovakia, South America, Belgium, Slovenia, Italy, Croatia; according to Ourworldindata – from the same data we can also see the countries who have lost most people: “Total deaths”: United States, Brazil, India, Mexico, Peru. June 17, 2021: The US just crossed the 600.000; 600.934. Indeed very sad figures.

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June 18, 2021

Danish law:

According to the Marketing Act § 10, para. 1, a trader may not contact anyone using electronic mail, an automatic dialling system or fax for direct marketing, unless the person in question has given his or her prior consent. Before consent is given, the person in question must be informed that the consent can be withdrawn. The trader must allow the consent to be revoked easily and free of charge.

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June 17, 2021

More mental health problems

In addition to Future Workplace’s research, Conference Board of Canada research found that four out of ten respondents reported more mental health problems in their organizations since the coronavirus.

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June 9, 2021

100 million vaccine doses to poor countries

Great news: The EU will donate at least 100 million vaccine doses to poor countries this year
The EU plans to donate at least 100 million vaccine doses to poor countries by the end of 2021. EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen wrote on Twitter on Friday.

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May 21, 2021

Sad news: WHO: Coronadødstal kan være tre gange højere end angivet:

Verdenssundhedsorganisationen WHO’s tal for døde under coronapandemien på cirka 3,4 millioner er for lavt sat. Det siger Samira Asma fra organisationens analyseafdeling ifølge nyhedsbureauet Reuters. Tallet kan i virkeligheden være to til tre gange højere, vurderer hun. Hun tilføjer, at det i hvert fald er sikkert at sige, at der mindst er seks til otte millioner coronadødsfald. May 21, 2021.
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May 21, 2021

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I don’t know anyone greedier than the old man. Knowledge, money, power—he’d take everything he could.
/Victor Talbot

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Confidence follows action. It isn’t confidence that comes first, but taking action.
/Scott Allan

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When we survey our lives and endeavours, we soon observe that almost the whole of our actions and desires is bound up with the existence of other human beings.
/Albert Einstein

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Sex is a bad thing because it rumples the clothes.
/Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis

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Never allow a person to tell you no who doesn’t have the power to say yes.
/Eleanor Roosevelt

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