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Two competing neural networks dominate our thinking patterns. One, the Task-Positive Network is associated with analytical calculations; the second, the Default-Mode Network is more connected to moral and ethical considerations. Effective managers need to engage both types of thinking, according to researchers at Case Western Reserve University.

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Exploradio: This is your brain on management
Story by Jeff St. Clair
Organizational theorist Richard Boyatzis was recently named one of the world’s most influential thinkers in human resources management.  But Boytzis does not think of employees as "resources."  He says they’re people, and effective managers treat them that way.   In this week’s Exploradio, WKSU’s Jeff St.Clair sat down with Boyatzis to learn how a manager’s...
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Ohio officials discuss new numbers and next steps in Ebola scare
Gov. Kasich meets with officials and reporters in Akron
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Mozzarella's easy when you have a way with curd
Lucky Penny Creamery's Abbe Turner shows home cooks how it's done
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Ebola exposure in Ohio: Keeping perspective when perspectives keep changing
Health officials try to reassure, but acknowledge they're still on a learning curve
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Piano music at the Akron Civic Theater for an organ encore
Piano duo performs for free to raise funds for organ donation.
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Local Ebola concerns cause officials to pay more attention to West Africa
Gov. Kasich and others say more money and effort needs to go to Africa
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Ohio's Ebola scare causes companies to seek out professional cleaners
One cleaning company says the virus is a fairly easy pathogen to clean
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Ohio lawmaker says it shouldn't be a crime to photograph your ballot
Duffey calls the old law making it a felony "insane"
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International community foundations gather in Cleveland - Cleveland is the birthplace of these public charities
 
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WKSU Member Event: Reserve Passes to a Joshua Bell Post-concert Reception

Tuesday Musical and the Akron Symphony Orchestra present Grammy Award-winner Joshua Bell at E.J. Thomas Hall on Nov. 7. WKSU listeners can reserve entrance to a special post-concert reception. Learn more!

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Hot Picks: This Week's Smart Stuff

Classical music takes center stage this week. The Cleveland Orchestra presents Hilary Hahn performing Bach and the Cleveland Chamber Music Society presents the Belcea Quartet. It's also time for TEDxClevelandStateUniversity and Molly Ringwald and John Hodgman come to the area - and more this week in Northeast Ohio.

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Request Passes for 'The National Theatre's Frankenstein'

WKSU members can request two passes to see The National Theatre's Frankenstein on the big screen in regional theatres for events on Monday, Oct. 27 or Wednesday, Oct. 29 at 7 p.m.

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Download a Pass for 'Birdman'

WKSU listeners can download a pass to a preview screening of the new film Birdman at the Cedar Lee on Wednesday, Oct. 29 at 7:30 p.m. Click through for a link to download the pass.

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Dr. Beverly Warren Speaks at the Akron Roundtable

Kent State University President Beverly Warren is the featured speaker at the Akron Roundtable for October. The address takes place at a luncheon on Oct. 16 at Quaker Station at Quaker Square Inn. WKSU will rebroadcast the speech on Thursday, Oct. 23

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WKSU Discount for Great Lakes Theater

WKSU members can purchase half-priced tickets for Great Lakes Theater productions - The Merry Wives of Windsor on Sept. 26 and Les Miserables on Oct. 3. Other performances also discounted.

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WKSU's Autumn 2014 Station Break

Find out more about WKSU, along with arts and culture throughout Northeast Ohio, in the Autumn 2014 issue of WKSU's Station Break.

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Donate your unwanted car, truck, boat, motorcycle, or other vehicle and support WKSU via the station's vehicle charitable donation program.

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Folk Alley.com–All Folk Music! All The Time!

Folk Alley.com--All Folk Music! All The Time!FolkAlley.com is all folk, all of the time. Listen to the music you love when it best fits your busy schedule.

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