Office Design Ideas for a Productive Workspace

This is a guest post contributed by Eleanor Whitney, editor of All Hands, a publication about life at work from Managed by Q. These days, design inspiration is everywhere. As we scroll through Instagram, admiring like-worthy workspaces and decor details, it’s easy to look around our own spaces and think about how we could adjust […]

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Happiness at work is more powerful than you think

I’ll be speaking at the HR Tech Fest conference in Sydney in October and in preparation, they have put together a great summary of our work headlined Workplace happiness is more powerful than you think. Read it and learn why happiness at work matters so much!

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2018 Latina Leaders- Hispanic Heritage Month

By Nicki Gilmour, Executive Coach, Organizational Psychologist and Founder of theglasshammer.com This week’s column is a nod to our celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month series this week and throughout the month. Latinas at the highest echelons are still underrepresented but we wanted to spotlight the top Latina leaders in business show you the Latina professionals… Read More

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Homework In China – How Tall Is The Table?

I adapted this problem from a similar one for elementary students, as tweeted by China Focus. How tall is the table? The problem is meant for children, but surely it will stump some adults. Can you figure it out? Watch the video for a solution. Homework In China – How Tall Is The Table? Or … Continue reading Homework In China – How Tall Is The Table? Read more ›

How common are good work days and what makes them good? See the results of our international survey.

We all have good days and bad days at work and being happy at work is not just about avoiding having bad days at work – it requires having mostly good days, where we actively enjoy our work. But how often do people around the world have good work days and what makes them good? … Continue reading How common are good work days and what makes them good? See the results of our international survey.

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Voice of Experience: Agostina Pechi, Managing Director, Goldman Sachs

It’s important to be patient when you are more junior and to realize that building a business can take several years. “If you work hard and are consistent, you will get there,” says Goldman Sachs’ Agostina Pechi. Yet, she adds that you have to balance that patience with an ability to speak up and vocalize… Read More

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Can You Solve The Chess Match Riddle? Pr(Win Two In A Row) = ?

Thanks to Mika from Sweden for suggesting this problem! You are playing a chess match against a skilled opponent. For a given game, there is a 75% chance the game will end in a draw. Of the games that do not end in a draw, there is a 2/3 chance you will win, and a … Continue reading Can You Solve The Chess Match Riddle? Pr(Win Two In A Row) = ? Read more ›

Why We Must Bring Mindfulness To Leadership

By Aimee Hansen Leadership today is not crying out for people who are destined to be great. It’s crying out for people who are dedicated to being present. We don’t need bigger beacons to admire at the top, but human beings who can connect and be here now. According to Gallup, 85% of employees are… Read More

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