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Want to be more productive? Migrating your to-do list to your calendar, or simply "calendarizing" your to-do lists will make you far more productive. Read this infographic for some simple tips on being more productive.
by HBR Ascend Staff

How to Call Out Racial Injustice at Work
Racism at work is more common than we think. But, how do you stand up to racism at work? Research has shown that there are ways to approach racism at work that mitigate your risk of being derailed or dismissed — and give you the best chance of being heard. Read this article for five strategies to help you maximize the impact of your courageous acts when calling out racism at work.
by James R. Detert, Laura Morgan Roberts

Getting Your Team to Do More Than Meet Deadlines
How do you get your team to manage deadlines? Help them schedule "pro-time" calendar blocks with important but non-urgent tasks. Read this article to know how to use your pro-time effectively.
by Charlotte Blank, Laura M. Giurge, Laurel Newman and Ashley Whillans

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