Tag Archives: motivation
Dan Pink has a concept to disprove: that employees are motivated at work only by extrinsic rewards. He claims not so. People are not motivated by the traditional method of motivation through rewards and punishment. People are motivated by a feeling within themselves. A feeling that is much greater than outside factors and reactions to […]
Well…. have you? Do you know how to find your sweet spot? Otherwise known as the Hedgehog Concept, the idea was created by Jim Collins in his work, Good to Great. It’s about finding a balance among three important factors of work and life: passion, skills and talent, and economic motivation. Take a look at […]
This TED Talk from Dan Ariely hits the nail on the head. What motivates you at work? Watch this eye-opening video to learn what really keeps employees engaged in their work.
A poor attitude ruins everything. Nobody at the party wants to hang out with the person sulking in the corner. A poor attitude affects performance. So why does it rear its ugly head so often in the workplace? And how do you fix a company culture with employees who no longer have that spark? Disengaged […]
Candidates with the best cultural fit in a company have more advantages than most colleagues. The teamwork, dedication, and engagement of employees who match the values of a company is greater than those who don’t match the company’s values. A thought-provoking article on ERE.net, separated types of employees into thirds. The high-performing top, the average […]