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5 ways to navigate uncertainty in the workplace and use it to enhance creativity

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IdeaFestival 2016: 5 ways to navigate uncertainty in the workplace and use it to enhance creativity

New America think tank fellow Jamie Holmes explains how our human drive for certainty and closure impacts hiring decisions and creativity. She offers tips for effectively dealing with uncertainty.

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