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Look: Up In the Sky! Is it a Hero? Or a Hot Mess?

In many workplaces, workaholics rule the roost. Just yesterday, the most emailed article from the NY Times was “How Some Men Fake an 80-Hour Workweek, and Why It Matters”. The article cites research that shows that some employees (particularly men) … Continue reading

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The Three Pitfalls of Perfectionism

Has this happened to you? Growing up, you came home from school having received a 98 on a test. You tell your Mom or Dad. They reply, “What happened to the other 2 points?” You bring your report card home.  … Continue reading

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The Great Mistake of Appreciation

Appreciation matters. But you knew that already. Because it matters to you.  We all want to feel valued and recognized for our contributions. Appreciation is one of the most powerful accelerators of employee engagement.  For example, research conducted by the … Continue reading

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