Our many worlds (family, friends, work) do not exist in silos. They intersect, interact and influence. Unlike the popular multiverse theory, we as individuals move from one world to another everyday. As we move from one to another, we carry along our emotions too – happiness, worries, stress.
I believe a monotonous work environment is the biggest threat to employee happiness and well-being. A Korn Ferry poll of “nearly 5,000 professionals claims that the top reason people look for a new job is boredom”. Here is a simple guide to help you.
The findings of a study by Stanford economist Nicholas Bloom are likely to give working from home (WFH) a good name. Widespread flexible work arrangements could add $1.5 trillion to the American economy, he and two co-authors found.
Happy employees are productive employees. It’s an age-old adage, but one that still rings true. And yet, it can be tough to keep your team satisfied day in and day out. That’s where engagement comes in.
For some, the boundaries between work and play are blurry. They’ll take any opportunity to have a little fun, and they know that it makes them more productive in the……
Though the business world has made great strides in the past few years in regards to diversity and inclusivity, there is still much progress to be made. In this article, we have explored the need for diversity and inclusion. What are some of the challenges and benefits that come with a more diverse and inclusive workforce?
It worries me that there is even a need to ask this question. But truth be told, we have programmed our brains to imitate modern gadgets. We let our brains enjoy the tech equivalents of “sleep mode” and “hibernation” but seldom “shut if off”.
How do you deal with brilliant jerks at work? Netflix CEO Reed Hastings says “fire them”. Ariana Huffington, cofounder of the Huffington Post says – “No brilliant jerks allowed”. The cost to the company is too high if you do. Do you agree?
A/B testing or split testing is how marketers use a number of variations of a campaign. This lets them determine which performs better. As a manager, how do you know what works best? Can you do better? How can managers use A/B testing?
You may not need to think too hard to answer this. While I will consciously refrain from saying all, a very large majority of us have been a victim of unconscious bias. Not just victims, we all can as easily be accused of being unconsciously biased against someone.
Stereotyping is a form of bias. How often we stereotype others? How often have you been “stereotyped”?