Celebrate the little things at work.
Posts By Krista J. Roche
If you are facing a choice that deserves contemplation, try this model of decision-making available for your reference.
My brain has told me that once you get a good job, the path to greater happiness is to get an even better one. Turns out, my brain is wrong along with my formula for evaluating success in relation to happiness.
Have you ever received the kind of e-mail that made your eyes widen in disbelief and your face flush with the faintest hint of reflexive anger? If you have ever felt like this, you have been the recipient of a high conflict communication.
When dealing with a high-conflict situation, our own thinking might escalate into that territory as well so it is important to step back and analyze your options.
Tips on how to rise above the difficulty.
In this series of posts I will use Eddy’s It’s All Your Fault to explain what a high conflict personality is and how to deal with such personalities in the workplace. In this post (Part 1), I’ll explore the basics and some what-not-to-do tips. In future posts, I will explore tips for specific personality types… Read more »
The lessons are simple are simple and powerful: the energy that connects us is critical; you must be yourself to achieve your best; and help others be their best selves.
What do you do when you can’t achieve a goal for reasons outside your control?