New research shows that having some authority over co-workers is not the key to eternal happiness. In fact, it may be quite the opposite.
The transition to new manager is more challenging than the transition to CEO, as new CEOs usually have a great deal of institutional support, while new managers are left to fend for themselves.
As is the case with any bully, our inner critics need to be stood up to, firmly and honestly.You need to stare down the bully with disconfirming information that squarely refutes the most tantalizing self-doubts. Here are some of the more common ploys used by our inner critic bullies, and how to fight back.
People who are resilient recover from adversity much quicker than others . In competition (and in life), anything can happen – false starts, injuries, loud noises – but a world-class athlete knows how to recover with grace. You can too.
New Year's health goals may be short-lived. But a solution is in the acronym SMART (Specific, Measurable, Attainable/Achievable, Relevant and Time-Bound).
Daily choices of forward movement help you step away from that stationary place of trying to steady your life, balancing on a small fulcrum. It gives the freedom to progress.
We can change undesirable behavior habits. The earlier we intervene, the greater the impact. This article describes Neuroscientist Jeremy Richman’s journey of discovery about how to do this with violent behavioral habits and applies that to workplace habits.