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Thursdays at the Huffington Post, Rana Florida, CEO of The Creative Class Group , will answer readers' questions about how they can optimize their lives. She will also feature conversations with successful entrepreneurs and thought leaders about how they manage their businesses, relationships, careers, and more. Send your questions about work, life, or relationships to email@example.com
Yes, and that's only Autonomy he had time to discuss, I wonder what he has to say about the two other intrinsic motivators Mastery and Purpose by Jan 22
It’s no secret that employee morale can have a big effect on company performance, but getting an accurate picture of how employees are feeling in a timely way is one of a manager’s biggest challenges. That’s where Canadian Happiily comes in, with a site that lets employees speak honestly and anonymously while giving managers an early heads-up when there are any problems. Employees use Happiily by answering questions designed to assess their current feelings about their workplace and the people they share it with. They can also write “shouts” to express specific feelings.
By LESLIE KWOH Workplace mentors used to be older and higher up the ranks than their mentees. Not anymore. In an effort to school senior executives in technology, social media and the latest workplace trends, many businesses are pairing upper management with younger employees in a practice known as reverse mentoring. The trend is taking off at a range of companies, from tech to advertising. Workplace mentors used to be older and higher up the ranks than their mentees.
How would you feel about a physician who killed more patients than she helped?