by Shana Lebowitz, originally posted on AOL There are few things more frustrating than seeing a coworker hit a sales target, or draw praise from management, or (the horror!) get promoted — when you just know they don’t work as hard as you do. “Great at Work,” a new book by Morten T. Hansen, who … Read More
Work Gets More Complex, 6 Rules to Simplify | Yves Morieux, originally posted on TED on YouTube. Why do people feel so miserable and disengaged at work? Because today’s businesses are increasingly and dizzyingly complex — and traditional pillars of management are obsolete, says Yves Morieux. So, he says, it falls to individual employees … Read More
How to Find Work You Love | Scott Dinsmore, originally posted on TED, on YouTube. Scott Dinsmore quit a job that made him miserable, and spent the next four years wondering how to find work that was joyful and meaningful. He shares what he learned in this deceptively simple talk about finding out what matters … Read More
Why We Have too Few Women Leaders | Sheryl Sandberg, originally posted on TED, on YouTube. Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg looks at why a smaller percentage of women than men reach the top of their professions — and offers 3 powerful pieces of advice to women aiming for the C-suite.
by Michaela O’Donnell Long, originally posted on Fuller Studio. Sarah sat hidden under her office desk. This was the third night in a month she’d had to sleep at work to meet a project deadline. Her job as an architect was not unfolding as she had imagined. Fresh out of school, she wanted to design spaces … Read More
Gender Challenges in the Workplace | Denise Daniels, originally posted on the CenterFaithWork on Vimeo.
by Liz Lin. Originally posted on the Salt Collective. I’ve been thinking a lot about work for the last week, in large part because of a few articles that have been circulating the interwebs. There was Sam Polk’s op-ed in the New York Times, in which the former Wall Street suit diagnosed himself — and … Read More
by Kat, originally posted on the Salt Collective. I live and work in autism land — that’s my way into this conversation about the autism spectrum and my life as a graduate student. I am an autistic woman completing her PhD in Educational Psychology. Almost three years ago, a professor who knew me relatively well, … Read More