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On the fear of not being good enough

Fear of not being good enough

The No. 1 question of the modern workforce: how do we develop people who are scared of what the future holds for them and their families? Continue Reading

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Management innovation is failing us

Management innovation

“Management innovation” shouldn’t be code for “prove growth and earn yourself a fat bonus,” but sadly it often is. Continue Reading

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Meaningful jobs: What factors do we need?

Meaningful jobs

Nice new research from MIT here. Continue Reading

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Corporate values and enemies

Corporate Values

Trump’s America? Continue Reading

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The bullshit thoughts and prayers culture

Thoughts and Prayers

We all know ‘thoughts and prayers’ means nothing and leads to virtually no action. So how does it still resonate so much? Continue Reading

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Can a compassionate work culture lead to more profits?

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Emma Seppala, a professor at Stanford, has a new book out called¬†The Happiness Track.¬†One of the most popular things I’ve written in the past few months, ‘You’ll Never Have A Good Work Culture Unless You Stop Promoting Assholes,’ is rooted… Continue Reading

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3 years since Sandy Hook, and things are worse. Wow.

3 Years Since Sandy Hook

Out of all the mass shootings, if you were callously sit down and rank them (I wouldn’t necessarily recommend doing this, no), Sandy Hook might be the worst. A loss of life is a loss of life wherever it happens,… Continue Reading

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What if companies having empathy was tied to revenue?

Corporate Empathy and Revenue

A big concern of senior management types at most companies whenever something like ’empathy’ or ‘culture’ or ‘purpose’ comes up is pretty simple: I’ve got a business to run. How’s this tied to the bottom line? Look, that’s logical. We’ve… Continue Reading