Conflict management improves ICU team knowledge, mindfulness, and awareness

The Intensive Care Unit is a stressful place, and conflicts invariably arise. To better understand the relationships between physicians, nurses, respiratory therapists, and advanced practitioners, researchers created a conflict management education intervention. The study paid close attention to diagnosing the conflict type and cause, recognizing the internal dialogue, introducing conflict management modes used in conflict situations, and developing self and other awareness.
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Kavanaugh: How The Republican Leadership Broke The Four Rules Of Crisis Management

  1. Kavanaugh: How The Republican Leadership Broke The Four Rules Of Crisis Management  Forbes
  2. Kavanaugh-Supporting Women Ask, “What Boy Hasn’t Done This?”  GQ Magazine
  3. Is Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court Nomination Doomed?  The Cheat Sheet
  4. Why We Need an FBI Investigation  New York Times
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Future of tidal wetlands depends on coastal management

Future of tidal wetlands depends on coastal management

Future of tidal wetlands depends on coastal management, Published online: 12 September 2018; doi:10.1038/d41586-018-06190-x

Computational simulations suggest that future losses of tidal wetlands attributable to sea-level rise could be greatly offset by the landward advance of these ecosystems into newly sea-inundated areas.
Source: Nature

Musk's defiant, rebel CEO persona is putting his company and its investors at risk, say management experts

  1. Musk’s defiant, rebel CEO persona is putting his company and its investors at risk, say management experts  CNBC
  2. Forget the stock. Tesla’s bonds are imploding  CNNMoney
  3. 1 Big Takeaway From That Really Weird Elon Musk Podcast Interview  Inc.com
  4. Elon Musk’s unfiltered behaviour makes Wall Street uncomfortable  Toronto Star
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Small-scale fisheries threatened: Shared management, communication key to success

New research shows that co-management approaches — based on shared responsibility for resource management among individuals and institutions — can build resilience to socio-environmental change by strengthening use of science in decision making and promoting adaptive capacities, such as learning and leadership.
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