When managers take their stress out on their employees
There’s a high cost to treating people poorly, and it’s backed by neuroscience. The threat response causes employee brains to be flooded with stress chemicals and drains them of oxygen and glucose, flushing their ability to think.
Job Applications: why the personal touch still matters
While digital technology has made it much less complicated to find work, it also opens job advertisements up to many more people, which means there’s going to be more competition, driving the need for a well-written covering letter and CV ...
Errors, mistakes, failure. We have all experienced moments of getting it really wrong and sometimes the after-effects of failure can last a long time and impact our psyche greatly. How do you define failure and how can you use failure as a learning tool for success?
Your brain is constantly trying to align what you are sensing and thinking in your inner world with the outer world. Once you instruct your brain to look for what you want, you will start to see them. The same is true for things you don’t want.