It’s Mindful Monday! A new study finds that mindfulness helps workers succeed in fast-paced, ever-changing environments like restaurants.
Wisdom from Dan Harris, the anchorman and author of 10% Happier.
Research shows that people who multitask all the time can’t sustain their attention, even when they shut off all their devices. Training yourself in…
A new study indicates that mindfulness can produce better business decisions
Peak performance just may come down to mindfulness skills and the ability to be decisive and focused under pressure. Good news is that these are areas that can be developed by improving present-centered attention through simple techniques.
Mindlessness contributes to all types of suffering — professional, personal, interpersonal, and societal. Learn 5 ways to increase your mindfulness and gain more success and vitality.
They don’t feel appreciated.
- give honest, frequent praise to your employees
- create a peer-to-peer recognition platform
- keep it informal and authentic and ditch the “employee of the month” type programs
Employee recognition is an important part of engagement, but so many companies are doing it the wrong way. Find out what you should be doing instead.
Ever wonder if you’re emotionally intelligent? What about that person you’re interviewing? Or your boss? Here are five ways to evaluate that.
Dan Harris explains the neuroscience behind meditation, but reminds us that the ancient practice isn’t magic and likely won’t send one floating into the cosmic ooze. He predicts that the exercise will soon become regularly scheduled maintenance, as commonplace as brushing your teeth or eating your veggies.
The answer to getting more done and leading a balanced life isn’t in beating yourself up about ambitions.