Toxic people defy logic. Some are blissfully unaware of the negative impact that they have on those around them, and others seem to derive satisfaction from creating chaos and pushing other people’s buttons.
A research with more than a million people, and we’ve found that 90% of top performers are skilled at managing their emotions in times of stress in order to remain calm and in control. One of their greatest gifts is the ability to neutralize toxic people. Top performers have well-honed coping strategies that they employ to keep toxic people at bay.
It was two days ago when you finally finished a long-lasting project that had been keeping you up all night.
Now imagine the feeling and motivation this happiness gave you. At that particular moment, it probably felt like you could conquer any challenge and had the motivation to move mountains. Most probably, your productivity was at its peak. No wonder; a happy employee is also a productive employee.
Usually one of these 10 motivation killers will find a way to sneak up on your happiness (or your employee’s happiness) and kick it right to the floor.
Studies show that in moderate doses boredom actually has a big upside.
Being bored actually signals to the mind that you're in need of fresh ideas and spurs creative thinking.
There comes a time when an owner should get out. Sometimes this is the result of a strategic plan; other times it's due to limitations of the business model. Such an exit often comes in the form of selling the business, transferring ownership, or, in less fortunate cases, dissolving the business entirely.
An effective HR information system will contribute to overall cost reductions through better resource allocation and as such the decision to implement an HRIS is fairly simple, straightforward and smart. What's not so simple is making sense of the numerous problems that organizations have with information systems of this sort. What follow are the Top 5 mistakes that companies encounter with Human Resource Information Systems implementation replete with tested tips to help you avoid some of those same pitfalls.
Growing any business is a challenge. Growing a new business--which usually also means limited resources to invest--is many times more difficult.
Here are seven tips and tricks to help grow your new venture with no money.
I research people's happiness, and what I've found across the work is that time plays a critical role. For instance, I've looked at what is the effect of merely drawing people's attention to time, as opposed to our other resource of money. How does that impact people's levels of happiness?
When you hear it straight from employees it all seems pretty simple, and that’s because it is! The keys are: