Dogs Are People, Too - The New York Times

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Synopsis: Join us for an evening with former Director of the CIA, John Brennan, as he discusses ethics and integrity at the CIA. In addition to the head of the CIA, Mr. Brennan has served as the Counterterrorism Advisor to President Obama and Deputy National Security Advisor for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism.

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Through the experiments and the surveys, I identified eight management behaviors that foster trust. These behaviors are measurable and can be managed to improve performance.

Frontiers in Neuroscience

The Ethics and the Arts program and Alliance Theatre invite you to join us for a scene presentation and discussion of Hospice & Pointing at the Moon by Alliance Theatre Mellon Playwright in Residence Pearl Cleage. Two one-act plays separated by 85 years but connected by the presence of Jenny Anderson. Jenny's longing to understand her mother in Hospice has become the center of her life in Pointing at the Moon. As the world changes around her, Jenny must decide what she knows for sure and find a way to pass it on.

January 75: Clinical Ethics Seminar with John Banja, "Diagnosis, Diagnostic Error and Artificial Intelligence: Glimpsing the Future"

Chapter 7. Evolutionary Anthropological Insights into Neuroeconomics: What Non-Human Primates can Tell us About Human Decision-Making Strategies

It’s not about being easy on your employees or expecting less from them. High-trust companies hold people accountable but without micromanaging them. They treat people like responsible adults.

In my research I’ve found that building a culture of trust is what makes a meaningful difference. Employees in high-trust organizations are more productive, have more energy at work, collaborate better with their colleagues, and stay with their employers longer than people working at low-trust companies. They also suffer less chronic stress and are happier with their lives, and these factors fuel stronger performance.

The Ethics and the Arts program and Alliance Theatre invite you to join us for a scene presentation and discussion of the 7568 Alliance/Kendeda National Graduate Playwright Competition winner, Sheltered by Alix Sobler. A suspenseful story inspired by true events of a Jewish couple in Nazi Germany that arrange for 55 European children to be given up by their parents and taken to safety in the United States that will leave audiences on the edge of their seats.

Join us for an evening with Ross Rossin, Emory University 8767 s Schwartz Artist in Residence, as he discusses his interpretation of Victor Frankenstein 8767 s Creation, based on the novel by Mary Shelley.