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The confidence gap at work is often a gaping chasm

The confidence gap

Not just a gender construct anymore. Continue Reading

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Inspirational leadership: Don’t we all somewhat deserve this?

Inspirational Leadership

Gotta find that revenue tie to make this more important, though. Continue Reading

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Guest Post: The driving force vs. the restraining force

Employee Evaluation

How do you maximize what you need to grow while minimizing that which holds you back? Tim Nash opines (with research!) Continue Reading

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How to motivate your team: Let’s strip away the bullshit

How to motivate your team

It’s a lot about money, Daniel Pink keynote speeches be damned. But it’s not ALL about money, no. Continue Reading

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Employee motivation has a dark side

Employee motivation

What if lame, forced attempts at compliance actually end up leading to deviance? Continue Reading

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Motivated reasoning makes work annoying

Motivated Reasoning

Unconscious motivations driving information-processing, eh? This will end well with most managers. Continue Reading

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On laziness as a motivator

How about laziness as a motivator?

Behold: “I’m a huge procrastinator and a fairly lazy person. Being lazy makes me more efficient, because I try to find ways that I can do the best work in the most minimal amount of time. I also know that… Continue Reading

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How to get out of a rut: Three whys

Three Whys and Productivity

I had seen that Ricardo Semler TED Talk before and remember thinking it was good, but it wasn’t necessarily one of the TED Talks that stays with you for a long time (at least for me). Then I came across… Continue Reading