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How to Be a Creative Leader

Any business can benefit from an infusion of creative leadership, no matter what challenges it faces, what industry it is part of, or what type of service it provides. But what does that actually translate to in practice? What can leaders do to help promote innovation and growth? And why does being creative as a …

What is Creative Leadership?

No business, team, or organization can thrive without effective leadership — and to maximize their efficacy, leaders must think, act, and problem-solve creatively. As we will explore in this article, leaders who are able to successfully innovate and “think outside the box” often reap career and financial benefits, while simultaneously fostering personal growth in their …

What is EdTech (Education Technology)?

From healthcare and entertainment to engineering and transportation, technology has revolutionized every industry on a global scale, impacting not only businesses, but also families, students, and educators. Even prior to the coronavirus pandemic, online education was already on the rise, with “enrolled college students who took at least one online class…edging up to 34.7 percent …

Types of Psychological Therapy

In modern medicine, the best medicine is often targeted to a specific condition or audience. So, too, is the best therapy. Each type of psychological therapy also has a list of necessary skills. There is not a single “psychotherapy,” but several subtypes. There is one-on-one therapy, group therapy, couples therapy, and a variety of theory-based …

Psychologist vs. Psychiatrist: What’s the Difference?

It is not uncommon for the casual observer — and patients, especially — to pose the question, “What is the difference between a psychologist and psychiatrist?” They are each scholars of psychology and can both be client-facing professions. They practice psychotherapy, obtain doctorates, and thrive on helping others. It’s no surprise the differences between psychologist …