A recent study of more than 5000 people using a validated assessment found that the majority of respondents have suboptimal responses to stress at work. Understanding your current default response to stress is the first step to crafting a more adaptive cognitive pattern. Read on to identify your “go-to” style and detail about how you can improve.
Sheryl Sandberg recently visited Airbnb to share lessons learned from her years at Facebook and Google. The question was posed to Sandberg: “What’s the number one thing you look for in someone who can scale with a company?”
“Someone who takes feedback well. Because people who can take feedback well are people who can learn and grow quickly.”
How well do you take feedback and do you apply it in a proactive way?
Companies hate losing their star workaholics, so Johnson & Johnson is triple-teaming them with a dietitian, a physiologist, and an executive coach; their answer to executive burnout. How does your organization address burnout?
How a person defines success is a subjective thing, but likely involves some combination of financial independence, loving relationships, a solid education, and a rewarding career. It’s all about having the discipline to do the same simple things every day.
Long dreary corridors, impersonal waiting rooms, the smell of disinfectant — hospitals tend to be anonymous and depressing places. Even if you’re just there as a visitor, you’re bound to wonder, “How can my friend recover in such an awful place? Will I get out of here without catching an infection?”
The Rotterdam Eye Hospital, a leading eye hospital in The Netherlands, transformed its patients’ experiences by initiating creative interior designs and looking at their hospital through the patients eyes. By doing so, patient intake rose 47%.
We all get the ‘blah’s’ sometimes when it comes to work. As an employee, you have three choices: Accept what you’ve been given, change what you’ve been given, or leave what you’ve been given. We want to focus on the second option. If you feel underused and undervalued, you can do something about it.