• 12 Reasons Entrepreneurs With Type-A Personalities...
    Entrepreneur - Nov 23
    Personalities fit into one of two groups -- Type A and Type B -- it’s one or the other. Type A's typically are extremely motivated individuals with lofty goals and the internal fire to go after anything they desire. Type... Read »
    4 days ago
  • A Healthier Approach To Business Travel
    CEO.com - Nov 18
    Earlier this year I returned from a two-day meeting on the West Coast. The schedule was reasonable and the travel, this time, was easy. Still, it took me an entire week to recover. It didn’t use to be like this. Maybe... Read »
    1 week ago
  • How To Communicate During Times Of Stress
    Switch & Shift - Nov 6
    All of us experience stress at work; it is how we handle stress that separates leaders from others. When results are headed in the wrong direction, it’s easy to let our inside voice slip out. Of course reacting like... Read »
    3 weeks ago
  • Manage Stress By Knowing What You Value
    HBR - Sep 9
    Much has been written about “stress management” techniques that are primarily behavioral in nature — such as getting adequate sleep, regular exercise, and mental downtime; taking vacation; doing controlled breathing;... Read »
    2 months ago
  • How To Make Yourself Immune To Secondhand Stress
    HBR - Sep 3
    Over the past decade, we have learned how our brains are hardwired for emotional contagion. Emotions spread via a wireless network of mirror neurons, which are tiny parts of the brain that allow us to empathize with others... Read »
    2 months ago
  • 3 Ways Your Employees’ Posture Is Hurting Your...
    Inc - Sep 1
    There is a silent menace wreaking havoc on employees’ mental and physical performance in offices across the world: poor posture. While it’s unlikely that managers look at their employees’ slouched shoulders and... Read »
    2 months ago
  • Recovering From An Emotional Outburst At Work
    HBR - May 8
    It happens — we all get emotional at work. You might scream, or cry, or pound the table and stamp your feet. This is not ideal office behavior, of course, and there are ramifications to these outbursts, but they don’t... Read »
    6 months ago
  • There Are Risks To Mindfulness At Work
    HBR - Feb 11
    Mindfulness is close to taking on cult status in the business world. But as with any rapidly growing movement—regardless of its potential benefits—there is good reason here for caution. Championed for many years by... Read »
    9 months ago
  • Staying Motivated After A Major Achievement
    HBR - Feb 4
    In 1993, after leading his country to an Olympic gold medal, winning his third NBA championship, and scoring more points than any player in the league for a seventh consecutive season, Michael Jordan announced his retirement... Read »
    9 months ago
  • What Resilience Means, And Why It Matters
    HBR - Jan 4
    A small but intriguing new survey by a pair of British consultants confirms the importance of resilience to business success. Resilience was defined by most as the ability to recover from setbacks, adapt well to change, and... Read »
    10 months ago
  • 3 CEOs Share Top Tips For Keeping Calm Under Stress
    Mashable - Dec 31
    First, you must fake it. You cannot let anyone see you look like you are losing control. Ever. Once [your employees] see that, they will lose faith. Second, you need help. Ideally, two or three others on the management... Read »
    11 months ago
  • Why Leaders Don’t Brag About Successfully Managing...
    HBR - Oct 29
    Imagine what it’s like to be General Motors CEO Mary Barra. In her brief tenure, GM will have recalled almost 28 million automobiles worldwide. Her firm is besieged by allegations of having a culture of carelessness and a... Read »
    1 year ago
  • Relax, You Have 168 Hours This Week
    HBR - Aug 1
    There are 168 hours in a week; this is immutable truth. That sounds like a lot, but is it really enough time to cover the demands of a successful career, family involvement, and everything else that makes up a fulfilling... Read »
    1 year ago
  • Work-Life Balance Should Be Your Company’s...
    HBR - Jun 11
    Seven out of ten American workers struggle to achieve an acceptable balance between work and family life, reports a new study published in American Sociological Review, funded by the National Institutes of Health and the... Read »
    1 year ago
  • How To Make The Best Of Unfamiliar Work Situations
    HBR - Mar 13
    Have you recently switched jobs or positions and wondered “What’s going on here?” Have you been given a new task or a new technology that’s completely unfamiliar? Are you working with people who come from different... Read »
    1 year ago