Think Act Succeed “We are products of our past, but we don’t have to be prisoners of it.“ Rick Warren Read more ›
Think Act Succeed “If you are successful, it is because somewhere, sometime, someone gave you a life or an idea that started you in the right direction. Remember also that you are indebted to life until you help some less fortunate person, just as you were helped.“ Melinda Gates Read more ›
Bite-sized content is becoming more popular with online audiences on both mobile and computer devices. Creating unique and eye-catching images opens the door for converting leads into sales and growing your social networks with organic methods.
This post was inspired by a picture I saw of Sir Richard Branson.
Where he is having some fun as he steps off The Red Carpet.
It got me thinking about how he seems to Embrace the Red Carpet Keepers and what we can learn from that.
Think Act Succeed “Work in a way that has those you serve continually thinking of ways to keep you rather than reasons to keep you.“ Sam Parker Read more ›
(If you buy from the book links in this post I may receive a commission for sales. This has no effect on the price for you.) A few years ago I read a great introduction to probability titled Understanding Probability by Professor Henk Tijms. This was not for school or for work. I just read … Continue reading Can You Solve Professor Henk Tijms’ Birthday Candles Puzzle? Read more ›
I spoke to Jeffrey Pfeffer, author of the new book, Dying for a Paycheck: How Modern Management Harms Employee Health and Company Performance—and What We Can Do About It. Pfeffer is the Thomas D. Dee II Professor of Organizational Behavior at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. He has authored or coauthored fourteen books and …
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Every morning when I get to my computer, I’m amazed at how many companies have targeted me as someone in need of their products or services. I take it in stride, though, because in 99 percent of the cases, I’m of course not interested, and I know that the e-mail has been sent to a …
Think Act Succeed “I have noticed that even people who claim everything is predetermined and that we can do nothing to change it, look before they cross the road.“ Stephen Hawking Read more ›
By Cindy Krischer Goodman The number of male managers who are uncomfortable mentoring women has more than tripled in 2018, with one in six male managers now hesitant to mentor a woman, a recent survey by the LeanIn.Org and SurveyMonkey found. The survey results, considered a backlash from the wave of sexual harassment allegations known… Read More
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Between jobs and struggling to make it by with regular lifestyle choices? Until a hiring manager calls with good news, you need to make a few cuts, but you want to do more than survive.
You want to thrive! Here are five ways to hack your budget between jobs and save money.
K. recently emailed Liz and said: “I am still searching for a position. I use JibberJobber everyday it seems. It does help me keep organized and sort out my connections from Linkedin and elsewhere. I have been doing this now for 18 months though and I don’t seem to be getting very far. I have […] Read more ›
According to Reid Hoffman, co-founder of LinkedIn and author of the book The Alliance: Managing Talent in the Networked Age, a tour of duty is an employee situation that involves working full-time in consecutive roles within an organization, working full-time… Read more ›
Having a reputable employer brand is a must for an organization’s strategy because it has many non-visible benefits such as able to recruit better candidates, reduce hiring and marketing costs, and improve productivity. Therefore, for organizations, that are still in doubt about investing in employer branding, I’ve put together the below post so keep reading …
We have already sold over 100 tickets for our Conference on Happiness at Work in Copenhagen in May. One multinational company just bought 10 tickets, so they have a large group of people bringing back all the great inspiration, knowledge and tools. And no wonder – this year’s program is our best ever with 12 AMAZING … Continue reading Over 100 tickets sold for our conference in May →
Think Act Succeed “You can’t write a script in your mind and then force yourself to follow it. You have to let yourself be.“ Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, “Half of a Yellow Sun” Read more ›
Guest Contributed by Ilene C. Wasserman Ph.D “I would like to think that things have changed for women at the workplace, but just when I let my guard down, I am reminded of the vestiges of the old patterns.” Often, while working with senior executive women, I inevitably hear about the challenges of measuring up… Read More
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My Bookstr Interview: Why Some Managers Struggle to Lead in the Multigenerational Workplace—And How To Improve
One of the best ways to find career and leadership inspiration is to read: blogs, websites, newsletters…and of course, books. (In fact, soon I will be sharing a comprehensive resource list that I’ve been compiling with input from many of … [Read more…]
We are constantly blown away by the great work our international partners do to promote happiness at work around the world. Here are just a few recent examples. Israel PlusConsulting in Israel did a Workplace Happiness seminar for 45 HR managers from leading organizations. They presented a case study of a big retail company that they … Continue reading More AMAZING work from our partners around the world →
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