Being open to seize any good opportunity is also a positive approach to Professional development. Positive Management to me is about building on strenghts, nurturing talent and creating the right environment for learning instead of adding up numerous development plans…
Want a 4 hour work week? Read this!
Forget the old concept of retirement and the rest of the deferred-life plan – there is no need to wait and every reason not to, especially in unpredictable economic times. Whether your dream is escaping the rat race, experiencing high-end world travel, earning a monthly five-figure income with zero management, or just living more and working less, this book is the blueprint!
The optimism bias: good or bad?
This Ted Talk of Tali Sharot analyses scientifically the capacity of human beings of planning for the best more than for the worse. But then, what to do with this discovery? Tali has found how to erase the bias but would this boost our happiness? Have a look here.
Time to think is a great investment
I have met Freek Vermeulen once at a conference in Paris and was immediately interested in his non conventional approach of leadership. In this article, he praises leaders who are able to take time to reflect and thus ensure the sustainability of their business. I can’t agree more to that! Enjoy the reading here
Perfection is not the point
Why do we spend so much time waiting to be fully ready before moving on?
C’mon guys, GO GO GO!
Why positivity is good for business
Just as company culture helps shape a company, the positivity in your workplace influences culture but research suggests positive language is on the decline. Here is a very interesting article on how to keep positivity alive in your organization. Click HERE to read.
This clock should be mandatory in all offices…and homes!
Best “to do” list ever
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A 9-year-old decides @ Virgin Trains
Nine-year-old Amelie Bridge was treated to a very special trip down to London recently courtesy of Virgin Trains and Thames Rockets after she wrote to Richard Branson with suggestions for a new First Class menu. Isn’t it a fantastic illustration of how a business is able to pay attention to individuals? Read the full story HERE
2 for a smile
This picture is perfect: happiness, friendship, colors, combination of technology and tradition. What else do you want?