Neuroscientists have found evidence to suggest feeling powerful dampens a part of our brain that helps with empathy.
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Many factors underlie that failure. Research shows that theres actually a decrease in cognitive function when people feel as though they lack control over their work environment. Moreover, repetitive change initiatives — particularly ones that include layoffs — inevitably lead to cynicism and often to a kind of learned helplessness. chang manag, markovitz, chang initi, implement chang
No One Likes to Be Changed - Daniel Markovitz - Harvard Business Review
"When I edit this way, the final result is far more meaningful—to me, to the reader. The care and handcraftedness shows in the final work. I teach my writing students how to edit this way, too; that is, how to spend 1/3 of their time writing effectively and 2/3 of their time editing, shaping their work into something more concise, more powerful, more beautiful." ~ Brilliant post on sculpting compelling prose - and a compelling life: http://www.theminimalists.com/edited/ busi biz, final result, time write, welledit life, write student, time edit
A Well-Edited Life
Surprise Is Still the Most Powerful Marketing Tool - Scott Redick - Harvard Business Review
Everyone has bad days at work or even long periods when they feel disheartened about their job. But how do you know the difference between ordinary, occasional dissatisfaction and a genuine mismatch? How do you know when you're truly ready to move on? And how do you then get out gracefully? career coach, busi biz, job seeker, career note, job 2013
Is It Time to Quit Your Job? - Amy Gallo - Best Practices - Harvard Business Review
How to Tell a Story with Data | Find the compelling narrative... Think about your audience. What does the audience know about the topic?... The visualization needs to be framed around the level of information the audience already has, correct and incorrect... stori, data journal, hbr pic, hbr blog, big data
How to Tell a Story with Data - Jim Stikeleather - Harvard Business Review
What’s Worse Than a Coworker Who Undermines You? | Dilbert
What’s Worse Than a Coworker Who Undermines You?
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To Increase Innovation, Take the Sting Out of Failure - Harvard Business Review | Learn from your failures. They are opportunities to learn and grow. http://blogs.hbr.org/cs/2013/01/to_increase_innovation_take_th.html# busi school, site design, increas innov, busi biz, failur, sting, malaysia, harvard busi, encourag innov
To Increase Innovation, Take the Sting Out of Failure - Doug Sundheim - Harvard Business Review
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