Sage People offered 7 ideas about how to spot if an employee is disengaged. They include: missing deadlines apathy not communicating complaining resistance poor work quality lack of ownership How might you hang on to the people who work for you?
Yesterday I received this notification: It took me by surprise – I’d no idea I’d been posting on this site for 1,000 days – but more importantly, I received this message as something incredibly satisfying and motivational. A congratulations perhaps from an automated source, yes … but still powerful. It made me think about the… Read More Who’d have thought it …
“People who suffer the most from a given state of affairs are paradoxically the least likely to question, challenge, reject, or change it … people are motivated to rationalize the status quo – even if it goes directly against their interests … It’s an emotional painkiller. If the world is supposed to be this way, we don’t… Read More Emotional painkilling . . .
Grabbing coffee is another way of saying “Let’s do business” Marisa Bate offers some ideas on making networking work.
Nutella ‘riots’ spread across French supermarkets I made a note of this story back in January when it surfaced. I just needed a little time to process my feelings about it. Perhaps a salient reminder that what’s important to one person may not be so to another? We’re all different. Thankfully. Read it – it… Read More Serieux?
“History has demonstrated that the most notable winners usually encountered heartbreaking obstacles before they triumphed. They won because they refused to become discouraged by their defeats.” Bertie C Forbes
Mo Farah is in action today in front of his home crowd in the London Marathon, facing a world-class field, with the British record within his sights. I hope he does well. Describing what it’s been like to have to learn a whole new event, this is what he said: “The most difficult thing about… Read More Week after week . . .