It’s no surprise that only 23% of New Year’s resolutions result in any lasting change – they’re usually made on a whim. There are four important steps to go through when committing to change. Check them off and your resolutions are far more likely to see the light of Valentine’s Day. Read the full article, written by Sebastian Bailey, Ph.D...
A hallmark of a high-performing organization is one where good performance is rewarded and poor performance is swiftly dealt with. Trouble is, the definition of “rewarding performance” is changing. Traditionally, sustained good performance would lead to a promotion; another rung of the corporate ladder climbed. So ingrained is this performance-promotion link that some FTSE 100 companies have ritual ‘promotion days’,...
Emotional Intelligence predicts job performance, but nobody agrees on what exactly it is. A recent study revealed the 7 traits that make up EI – and they’re less fluffy than you might imagine. Sebastian Bailey, Ph.D and co-founder of Mind Gym contributes regularly to Forbes. Read the full article here.
Praise is one of the fastest and most effective ways to change behavior. But it’s all too quickly forgotten, especially if it seems insincere. Following a simple 5-step model makes the impact last. And if you can’t find anything to praise? You’re not looking hard enough. Read the full article, written by Sebastian Bailey, Ph.D and co-founder of Mind Gym...
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