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The moment the first breath of life filled your lungs, you set out pursuing goals. Your first goal was to get something to eat, and when you were fed, you were very satisfied. Soon, you started to pursue bigger goals—to sit up, to crawl, to walk, to talk. Think of the satisfaction, pride and joy… Continue reading #GeniusUpDailyNews!: Do you ever think of yourself as a natural goal achiever? If you don’t, you should, because you are…
Korn Ferry recently estimated that, globally, human capital has a value about 2.3 times that of physical capital. This difference is likely to widen in increasingly service-oriented economies. Yet, most companies maintain their equipment better than their people. The issue is not good intentions. Executives repeatedly cite employees as critical for success; we rarely hear… Continue reading #GeniusUpDailyNews!: CEOs Should Get Personally Involved in Talent Development
The office: It's just like high school. Many of the same social dynamics that governed your school cafeteria also exist at work: Popular employees are more likely to get hired, promoted, or earn a large salary, writes UNC Chapel Hill psychology professor Mitch Prinstein. But certain types of popularity are healthier, and more productive, than others. Prinstein… Continue reading #GeniusUpDailyNews!: Popularity still matters at work, and other career trends this week.
Recently I’ve been writing about the challenges of creating change initiatives in a family business where the older generation is in charge. One of Seth Godin’s recent blogs, Two Kinds of Practice, touched on what I see as a critical aspect of this inter-generational dynamic. According to Godin, in the first kind of practice, we… Continue reading #GeniusUpDailyNews!: Challenges To Creating Change Initiatives In Family Businesses—Two Kinds Of Practice