While reading HBR’s article entitled “What Peter Drucker Knew About 2020”, I found a very good & simple descriptive of knowledge workers, including why we can seem to break the barrier to greater engagement of today’s workforce. It’s not an old problem, it’s just one that many people don’t seem to know how to properly […]
After coming across 7 Reasons Employees Don’t Trust Their Leaders, I wanted to highlight the following key take-aways.. Disclaimer; Selling Fear Personally, I believe the increased lack of trust in one another within any society is directly correlated to a fear based discourse adopted by (for example) politicians, media & then society (in general) itself. As […]
When reading “How to better deal with angry people“, I was reminded of the core competency that helps you more effectively build relationships while solving problems. You have to look beyond the immediate situation in front of you in order to find, and then address, the root cause. This article provides great detailed tips about […]
Harvard Business Review writes about Making Your Work More Meaningful, but is it the revolution it’s been hyped up to be, or merely an evolution? Forbes highlights that a full three-quarters of employees are not fully engaged (aka productive), and this is costing american businesses over $450 Billion.
Extroverts’ perceived status slipped from 4.37 to 3.87 on a 7-point scale as the group came to consider their assertiveness and talkativeness less valuable and to suspect that they were motivated by self-interest