Check out this Medium article that I wrote about the evolution of management styles to foster a better inclusive team culture! It goes through the changes from leading from above to leading from within, not being afraid to show emotions and providing constant feedback.
For this I took a look at 3 apps, diving deeper into the one I thought I would find most beneficial. The app I chose was Trello, a collaborative sharing project management app. It is a mix of slack and pintrest for business plus so much more!
Gmail Boomerang is an app that is great for email scheduling. The user is able to set times for messages making sure their emails don't get buried at busy times. It also allows you to change scheduled emails and set email groups.
Stuff You Should Know
Stuff You Should Know is a variety Podcast by Josh Clack and Chuck Bryant covering topics that have recently been in the news in depth. Their website offers easy to use categories to help you find a podcast that sparks your interest. I would suggest starting with the science page.
Here We Are
Here We Are is a podcast created by comedian Shane Mauss that explores the world of science and psychology through interviews with scientists from around the world. Topics range from evolutionary biology to the effects of meditation, mindfulness and chemical substances on the brain and one's conscious.
Science Daily offers users breaking news in an easy to browse format. Users can browse the site or subscribe via RSS or Email updates for the most current breaking news. Users are also able to search the site for any topic they may be interested in.
Reddit's Science Subreddit
Reddit's is a crowd sourced site where users submit links which are voted on by the community. Based on an algorithm of time and upvote/downvote score the highest rated links appear at the page's top. This subreddit is moderated well while other subreddits may not be, user beware.