Gay Men Used to Earn Less than Straight Men; Now They Earn More
December 20 | Kitt Carpenter | Comments (0)
Whether these massive changes have translated into improvements in workplace outcomes for the average gay man or lesbian, however, is not so obvious. There is, for example, no federal nondiscrimination protection on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity. A natural question, then, is: have the shifts in approval of LGBTQ individuals corresponded to equivalent improvements in their paychecks?
Building Behavioral Science Capability in Your Company
December 20 | Steve Martin, Author, SMALL BIG – Small Changes That Spark Big Influence | Comments (0)
If you’re interested in behavioral economics, then you probably heard that Richard Thaler, one of the discipline’s founding fathers, was recently awarded the Nobel prize in economics. You might also be sold on how insights from behavioral science can make a big impact in your organization. You may even have piloted a couple of nudge-based interventions in your organization and are now asking yourself, “What’s next?”
To Recover from Burnout, Regain Your Sense of Control
December 20 | Elizabeth Grace Saunders, Time Management Life Coach | Comments (0)
You feel exhausted, ineffective, unaccomplished, and cynical. Maybe you feel like no matter how hard you work, you can never keep up. Or that you can’t make your boss happy no matter how hard you try. And you’re beginning to question your professional situation
Should You Share Your Feelings During a Work Conflict?
December 19 | Susan David, Founder and Co-Director, Harvard/McLean Institute of Coaching | Comments (0)
When a disagreement gets heated with a colleague, it’s normal to feel all sorts of emotions: disappointment, anger, frustration. But should you express those emotions? Or try to keep them close to your chest? Will it help if you tell your colleague that they’ve made you mad? Should they know how upset you are?
Productivity Tips for People Who Hate Productivity Tips
December 19 | Monique Valcour, Professor of Management, EDHEC Business School | Comments (0)
“Traditional approaches to staying focused don’t work for me.” “I know what I should do to be more productive, but I just don’t do it.” I hear sentences like these repeatedly from coaching clients. Many have read articles and books — and have even been trained in productivity methods — but still find staying focused to be an uphill battle. Why do people who know a lot about what helps people focus still struggle to focus?
How to Improve the Engagement and Retention of Young Hourly Workers
December 19 | Kimberly Gilsdorf | Comments (0)
What would you do if the majority of your entry-level, hourly workforce was planning to leave in less than a year? More than half of the 1,200 young people working in entry-level jobs we surveyed said that was their plan — and less than a quarter felt highly satisfied with their job. That’s expensive for business.