Keep your edge. Holly Paul, a recruiter at PricewaterhouseCoopers, stays competitive by “doing something different every few years. At PwC, I’ve moved five times and done seven different jobs in 18 years. Keeps me on my toes.”
— Adapted from “Executive Profile,” interview by Emily Mekinc, Washington Business Journal.
Canary in the coal mine. As head of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission in the 1990s, Brooksley Born warned about the perils of derivatives. Unfortunately, officials in Washington shouted her down, bringing on the Wall Street crash of 2008 a decade later. At 71, Born still advocates for reform.
— Adapted from “The Regulator Who Saw Danger,” Penelope Wang, CNNMoney.com.
Ventilate. Startling new research from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory shows that normal levels of carbon dioxide indoors can hurt people’s performance. Even 1,000 ppm of CO2—considered “a benchmark of good ventilation” can seriously impair thinking.
Advice: When making your workplace more energy-efficient, take care not to lock in more carbon dioxide.
— Adapted from “Elevated carbon dioxide may impair reasoning,” ScienceNews.org.
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