Category Archives: Leadership
Did you know that companies that are committed to the well-being of their employees have higher profits, lower employee turnover, greater productivity, and more satisfied customers? That’s the conclusion of a meta-analysis of 30 years of Gallup research on employee … Continue reading
This is an interesting article about personality types among high performers. The grid speaks to job fit – why it’s important to match individual strengths to job responsibilities. And although I’m always a little resistant to personality typing, I certainly … Continue reading
Strengths 60 – from Strengths Partnership Here’s a quick video tip from my friends at Strengths Partnership.
Check out our blog post at ASTD Human Capital blog. http://www.astd.org/Publications/Blogs/Human-Capital-Blog/2013/10/Applied-Positive-Psychology-a-Happier-You-a-Better-Organization
“Are you aware that rushing toward a goal is a sublimated death wish? It’s no coincidence that we call them ‘deadlines’.” Tom Robbins We’ve all been programmed to set goals for ourselves. Getting into the best college, getting a law … Continue reading
I was recently in a seminar where the speaker, Tal Ben Shahar, showed a complex graphic and asked the audience to count the number of geometric shapes we saw there. Everyone had plenty of time to look it over in detail…and when … Continue reading