Understanding the world as it really is—random—can liberate and empower us.
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Bernardo Tirado, PMP
We’ve heard a lot about social distancing and making sure we wash our hands. What we don’t discuss is the psychological disruption working from home has on millions globally.
Artificial Intelligence could be analyzing your video interviews.
Networking can be overwhelming for many. Here are top pitfalls to avoid.
What do we do after technology replaces us?
To ensure great work, I needed to find a way to accelerate the process of cohesion, so I developed the Ways of Working Canvas...
Insight. One of those often overused terms in danger of diminishing when used to describe almost any fact or piece of information.
Unleash your inner 5-year-old.
Over the past year, I studied what people were posting on Facebook, and there are four types of Facebook personalities.
Bullying doesn’t just happen at school. It’s happening in the workplace. Whether it’s in an office or a football field, co-workers are bullying other co-workers.
First impressions count. In fact, within the first 30 seconds of meeting someone either in person or over the phone, the other person has already developed an impression of you.
You may not realize this, but you probably are working with a sociopath. Here are some ways to tell.
Since 2011, the use of video interviewing has risen by 49%. Chances are that your next interview will take place over the internet.
Whether it’s because of salary, job title, job responsibilities many people are just not happy at work; especially, when they feel trapped that they can’t find another job.
From finger pointing to co-workers that bully, at one point or another, we all have experienced working in a hostile environment. The question is: what do you do about it?
Building credibility has more to do with your ability to tailor how you sell your expertise to your audience than demonstrating how well you are able to crunch numbers
Have you ever worked with someone who’s selfish, arrogant, and manipulative? If so, chances are, you’re working with a narcissist.
Many people would assume that there wouldn’t be language differences between England and America but sadly, they (like myself) are wrong.
One social cue to make sure we conform to the norms around us is known as the "power seat"—it’s the seat that we unconsciously designate as having the most authority.
By analyzing the group, one can understand the power structure and build strategies on how one can best lead a new team or as a team-member, be more impactful.
You know who you are. Always checking your phone every five minutes even though you know nothing has changed since the last time you checked.
From calling in sick because you’re hung over to saying that report is done when it’s not, many of us have fibbed to our boss or co-workers about something.
Progressing within a company is similar to rock climbing. It’s important to have great mentors and surround yourself with people that want to see you succeed.
Many of us remember our worst leaders and for some of us we still are working with them. Below are 7 signs to find out if you are reporting into a bad leader.
"...studies show a shift in us becoming more impatient the quicker information becomes easily available."
Most commonly known personality type assessments models is Andrew Goldsmith's Theory—Type A and Type B Personality.
Most of us will be making New Year's resolutions this week but all know that keeping them will be harder than making them.
Over these next few weeks, organizations will kick-off their company holiday party. Here are the top 5 big mistakes you don't want to make during your holiday party.
What are the psychological implications when companies block access to social networking sites at work?
Most folks don't think about this, but our childhood experiences (good or bad) shape how we think and accept new concepts.
Research shows that birth order has a lot of influence on how we behave in the workplace. Whether we like it or not, we unconsciously create a family environment at work.
Bernardo Tirado is an industrial psychologist and project management executive.