The Laws of Human Nature
by Robert Greene
The Little Things That Affect Our Work Relationships
by Kerry Roberts Gibson and Beth Schinoff One afternoon a manager we’ll call Kassie sent an email to her teammate, Harrison, explaining why she hadn’t included him in a meeting with a group of company executives earlier that day. She and Harrison got along well, and she wanted to make sure he wasn’t offended. Two … Read More
When Managers Take Their Stress Out on Their Employees
by Sabina Nawaz Adam ran a $500 million business. The company was on a sharp upward trajectory, the biggest competitor was a distant second, and his board loved him. But there was a problem. Even though his company was performing well, his employees’ productivity seemed sluggish. Designs required countless iterations, development was fraught with delays, … Read More
Calm Your Nerves
Interviewing is stressful! Prepare not only for interview questions and answers, but also how to handle nerves!
Respectful Questioning is Critical!
Candidates are encouraged to ask questions in an interview… just not THESE questions! If you’d like a second interview (or a job offer), DON’T inquire about benefits.
Keep It Positive!
Negativity can kill an interview. Want the job? Keep it positive!
Work History: “Assistant Sore Manager”
Extreme Ownership: How U.S. Navy SEALs Lead and Win
by Jocko Willink and Leif Babin
Want to Know a Secret?
Posts from Dave Sjolin and John Assaraf on NeuroGym Achievers Facebook Group Page Dave Sjolin: In reading many posts, I’ve come to realize that many of you are looking for that spark of motivation that will get you going (again). Unfortunately, motivation is not the spark that will get you moving. Motivation is a result. … Read More