Quiet Quitters : Taking Back Control

Quiet Quitters : Taking Back Control

In a previous blog, I wrote about changes to the nation’s workplaces, and the priorities today’s employees might consider that wouldn’t have necessarily been seen as an issue for previous generations. On a similar note, I have read a couple of articles recently on the...
Changing Habits Is Not Easy

Changing Habits Is Not Easy

How easy is it for people to change? A significant change can only happen when the individual in question wants to alter things. But even if they’re ready and raring to go, even if this person is desperate to change, how easy is it to do this? The process of change,...
Leaders living in a Goldfish Bowl

Leaders living in a Goldfish Bowl

Ruthless Leaders Vs Empathetic Leaders One of the things that set us apart from our closest genetic relations (chimpanzees), is our ability to have complex thoughts, to have visionary dreams and plans, and to master languages in order to communicate with others of our...
The Great Reset

The Great Reset

This isn’t a conspiracy Post “The Great Reset” on social media and you’ll likely invite responses from people interested in conspiracies surrounding the pandemic—particularly the theory that the coronavirus crisis is the catalyst to a huge overhaul...
Problem Behaviors Aren’t Always Surface-Level Issues

Problem Behaviors Aren’t Always Surface-Level Issues

Tap into the science of executive function to get to the root of an employee’s underperformance. Whether it’s gaining a fresh perspective on your current projects with a new hire or finding creative ways to nurture the team you already have, managers play...