Link: This Is Your Brain At Work On Less Than 6 Hours Of Sleep – Fascinating. Sleep deprived brains=difficult interactions at work? 1 in 3 americans are chronically under-rested. But they don’t recognize that.
Link: This Is Your Brain At Work On Less Than 6 Hours Of Sleep – 1 in 3 get less sleep than recommended…sleepless brains=difficult work interactions?
Link: Leaders return people’s messages – What are your experiences with quick turnaround and questions? Efficiency awards? Pressure? Better outcomes?
Link: Why don’t we help graduates navigate office life? – When i facilitate Generations Meet for Respect in the Workplace, the issues raised in this article get raised in the session almost every single time. I think this author ends … Continue reading
Link: Dutch Artists Paint Giant Bookcase On An Apartment Building Featuring Residents’ Favorite Books – I’ll bet people told them it couldn’t be done…what transformations could we be capable of if we sustained our vision of a new reality?
Link: There’s no crying in baseball, but there is at the office – I often get asked about how to handle crying when I facilitate emotional intelligence sessions. I’d love to hear your thoughts about this brief article or your … Continue reading
Link: This Is Why You Get More Anxious After Something Good Happens – Ever notice that someone on your team finds it hard to be happy after a success? This phenomenon is more common than most of us realized, and … Continue reading
Link: Stop using the “dirt sandwich” to give criticism – So many participants in my managing difficult conversations workshop have complained about being fed the dirt sandwich. It doesn’t work and it breeds resentment. I like this more straightforward approach … Continue reading
Link: I’m taking Yale’s class on happiness — and halfway through, these 4 tricks are already working – For the last several months, The Science of Happiness and the session on Resilience and Optimism have been much requested. Here is … Continue reading
Link: A pause can be a powerful backstop to strong emotions – I have seen this be very effective in meetings.