We were halfway through the first day and, while everything was going according to plan, I couldn’t shake this nagging feeling that something wasn’t right. I struggled to put my finger on it. Read More
As an employer, you have the power to create a critical mass event in your organization and tailor it to fit your specific needs. The trick is to get as many people affected by the issue involved as possible. Read More
Narcissists tend to self-enhance and capture other people's attention, which can help them succeed, usually in the short term. Over time, their behaviors are off-putting to acquaintances, and usually lead them to be perceived negatively. Read More
Psychologist Stephen Johnson writes that the narcissist is someone who has “buried his true self-expression in response to early injuries and replaced it with a highly developed, compensatory false self.” How do you know when you’re dealing with a narcissist? The following are some telltale signs... Read More
In a profile in The New York Times, famed psychologist Walter Mischel talks about his legendary work on self-control and his new book "The Marshmellow Test." In it, he makes a important point that is often ignored but is crucial to many who struggle not only with self-control but also with the direction of their lives. Read More
Work is not a place you go to. Work is not an activity you do at certain times of the day.
Technology has changed work. There is much less demarcation between work and non-work than ever before Read More