Great leaders tell great stories.
Stories engage people, are easy to pass on, are easy to remember, and – crucially – they appeal to the part of the brain where we make our decisions. 570 more words
“The propensity for email, texting and quick-type apps has led us to forget some of our people skills, including distinguishing the nuances of language and meaning, fostering of a feeling of belonging among groups of people, and knowing our bosses and colleagues well enough to have confidence that others will pull their weight. 498 more words
Forget free food, forget our preference for natural light: what we workers want is not be interrupted all the time.
The ability to focus on work without interruption is employees’ top priority, according to an… 604 more words
We are all doomed. I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again. The utter irrationality of human decision making is currently making itself felt in the election process in the USA, as it has done in elections worldwide for years. 665 more words
Last week I had one of those moments which make my job as a coach and trainer so completely satisfying.
There are plenty of them anyway, but this one was like a beam of light shining through a cloudy sky. 772 more words