Link: Why Doing Nothing is Actually One of the Best Things You Can Do – “As he points out, many people at the end of their lives don’t regret not working more or not developing themselves and their talents, but … Continue reading
Link: A college counselor told Michelle Obama she wasn’t ‘Princeton material’ — but she applied to the Ivy League school anyway and got in – A powerful reminder that setting stretch goals for ourselves is a powerful way to become … Continue reading
Link: Neuroscience Reveals How Gratitude Literally Rewires Your Brain to be Happier – Imagine how the workplace could change if even half of employees and management practiced gratitude as a skill.
Link: Why Introverts and Extroverts Are Different: The Science – A new way to see members of your team or family. A useful lens for building understanding.
Link: Deal quickly with bad conflict – So true. Then, if this person leaves or is separated after refusal to grow, hire a candidate who has great emotional intelligence,and watch the team that experienced this destructive conflict blossom! Have you … Continue reading
Link: What Focusing on the Breath Does to Your Brain, by B. Grace Bullock – Good news. Breathing is free and you take your lungs with you everywhere you go! Try it!
Link: OK Boomers – First We Make Fun Of Generation Z & Then We Want What They Want, Let’s Skip The Mocking –
Link: Use these phrases to cool a heated exchange – Good strategy for difficult conversations.
Link: Men Will Switch Jobs to Spend Time With Their Newborns — Here’s How Companies Can Retain and Support New Dads – Employers take note. An interesting article.
Link: Glen Cathey Explains Why and How Introversion Should be a Part of Diversity and Inclusion – I’ve become a lot more sympathetic to the notion that introverts don’t always get respect in the workplace, and that project leaders and … Continue reading