How to become a better listener, according to science

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When he first started working as a climate scientist, Spencer Reeder went to Antarctica and studied melting glaciers and sea level rise. Later, he fought for better climate policy in Washington State. But he now works for one of the world’s largest car companies. I talked to Reeder about why he made the switch to Audi, and how he’s working to change transportation emissions from within the industry.
—Adele Peters, @adele_peters
 
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How to become a better listener, according to science

How well and frequently you listen to others is a better predictor of your leadership potential than your actual intelligence or personality.

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The white noise machine gets a glorious redesign

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Jane Goodall’s advice for the world: ‘We have to roll up our sleeves’

The National Geographic Society will use $2.7 million to support the work of three scientists—the next Jane Goodalls—with a passion for wildlife research.

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Navigating parenthood in a pandemic felt bleak, but #CommuneTok promised that a brighter, more cooperative world was possible.

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Every organization needs a provocateur. Focus on these 3 drivers for positive change

There is a difference between being a provocateur and a troll and Natalie Nixon suggests not every organization is intentional about building positive provocation into how they work.

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Bausch + Lomb IPO comes into focus: What you need to know
Bausch + Lomb, which specializes in selling contact lenses, eye drops, and more, is expected to begin trading on the New York Stock Exchange and the Toronto Stock Exchange on Friday under the “BLCO” ticker.
The IPO comes almost two years after Bausch Health initially announced it would spin off Bausch + Lomb in an effort to streamline its operations and reduce debt.
Shares were priced at $18, lower than their expected range of $21 - $24, signaling that investor appetite might not be as high as hoped.
The IPO market has been in a rout this year, due in part to investor wariness and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, among other factors. Bausch + Lomb’s listing is one of the most high-profile IPOs so far.
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