Behavioral training is emerging as the best way to teach someone how to develop the courage to step out from the pack and assume a leadership position, according to Carol Dweck, author of the New York Times Best Seller Growth Mindset.

Innovators introduce new ideas, practices and products.

Their ideas are unfamiliar to us, they change the way we see things and open us up to unconsidered and more effective ways of approaching challenges and solving problems.

Innovators pilot digital transformation projects.  Leaders determine the overarching mission and direction of the organization.

Both are willing to take risks and challenge the status quo for sake of what could and should be.

That's tough to do. It requires guts.

Particularly at big organizations that have been doing things the same way for decades.

So innovation is really just another form of leadership, and behavioral training is one of the best to learn to rise to the challenge.

If you're thinking about integrating Slack with a project management tool like ProWorkFlow using middleware like Zapier, read on.

I'm going to save you time and money.

It's easy to see why people get excited about simplifying the software they use at work by integrating different tools.

For employees, getting different tools to talk to each other means less cutting and pasting, and ultimately, doing more with less.

For small business owners, it means more revenue on per employee.

For me, the promise of successful cloud software integration -- of getting products like Slack and ProWorkFlow to work together -- is better automation and greater productivity.

But inevitably, that excitement becomes disappointed when you learn that the different solutions don't integrated quite as seamlessly as you'd hoped.

Professor Jeremy Bailenson stands in front of the computers that render the virtual world seen through the headset.

Could Virtual Reality bring us world peace?

If you're not using VR as a family entertainment attraction, then maybe.

"There's a reason people aren't playing video games for ten hours a day in VR," says Jeremy Bailenson, founding director of the Virtual Human Interactions Lab at Stanford University.

"VR's not for being used all the time.  It's for... intense, teachable a-ha moments."

Jeremy talked to Kara Swisher about the release of his new book Experience on Demand, which looks at the psychological effects of VR, rather than just entertainment, and how it could be used to help

The main rule that governs healthcare privacy is derived from a 1996 Federal Law called the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, or HIPAA.

It was fleshed out by the Department of Health and Human Services, which began enforcing it as a regulation in 2002 and although the rule predates the rise of social media, its provision applies to what the regulations call “protected health information” in either digital or paper form.

The rule applies to all so-called "covered entities" -- which includes individual and group health plans, health care clearinghouses or really any health care provider who transmits health information -- and its implications extend to the worlds digital and social media.

A major goal of the Privacy Rule is to assure that an individuals’ health information is properly protected without restricting the flow of that information needed to facilitate high-quality health care.