A year or so ago the Harvard Business Review had an interesting article on two personality styles and the watch-outs regarding matching up pairs of people in boss/subordinate roles. They categorized people as being of two types: promoters and protectors.
Archive for the ‘Motivation’ Category
Economists from universities in UK and Germany found that happier people are roughly 12% more productive than their less happy peers. Here are some tips!
PsyCap evolved through the research being done in regard to applying a positive attitude to the workplace. Remaining positive is one of the hard things you need to do to be successful.
Just like a rainy April sets the stage for flowers to bloom in May, you can use times of adversity to make your business stronger for the future.
When it comes to tips on how to overcome fear and mental obstacles, surely getting past a fear of rejection must be somewhere in there, right?
There are many types of inspirational leaders and you can follow different examples. How to inspire staff and employees all depends on what you mean by “inspire.” Essentially, the main purpose of inspiration is to get everyone pulling in the same direction in a cooperative fashion. The direction, of course, is to fulfill the mission and goals of the organization.
Building a team requires thoughtful actions. I've listed my 7 favorite steps.
Have you got what it takes to win in corporate life? Here's 5 reality-checks to get you moving in the right direction.
“Culture” may have been the biggest buzzword of 2013. Culture is something leaders like to talk about all the time, but relatively few companies are actively investing in it
In the age of Facebook, Kickstarter and Groupon, startup teams are getting younger, more ambitious and diverse, but the synergy amongst team members are not always there. This is why even the most innovative and creative startups can learn from established companies about effective human capital management and team development.