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.
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.
When emotional intelligence first appeared to the masses, it served as the missing link in a peculiar finding: people with average IQs outperform those with the highest IQs 70% of the time. This anomaly threw a massive wrench into what many people had always assumed was the sole source of success—IQ.
Every organization needs strategic thinkers. In a 2013 Management Research Group survey, when executives were asked to select the leadership behaviors that were most critical to their organization’s future success, 97% of the time they chose being strategic.
What they found…give them a real problem to solve.
Two groups – workers and CFOs – were asked the question: “Which of these are the most important attributes in a corporate leader?” Their responses had substantive differences, but also a key similarity.