According to a recent study by Caroline Rosenberg, Arlene Walker, Michael Leiter and Joe Graffam of Deacon University’s School of Psychology, humor in workplace leadership may not be a laughing matter. In fact, their research indicates that humor, used appropriately, can result in greater team cohesion, more productivity, and increased trust in organizational leadership. UsedContinue reading “Psych nerds: Humor as an Organizational Leadership Tool”
From a college assignment:
“My career goal isn’t some abstract dream…it is my actual intent to change the world for the better to the best of my ability using lessons from the leaders, educators, and mentors who developed me into the person I am today.”
The ONLY control is self-control.
For the average person, hearing about the existence of gossip in the workplace might invoke the feeling that a deviant behavior is causing a toxic work environment. Even for many managers, the immediate temptation would be to “squash the gossip,” but is that really the most appropriate response? According to an article published inContinue reading “A nerdy article about workplace gossip”
Two days of very little sleep and some of the deepest contemplation and meditation of my life, and I just had the very distinct honor of speaking with my first client in my new office. My clients are incredible people who want to better themselves and those around them. I’m not sure how this isContinue reading “We’re open!”
The issue of social precedence can be incredibly technical to navigate, but I believe this 8 minute introduction can make a difference in someone’s relationships and perhaps change their life at large.