2013 November

Delayed Gratification predicting future success! Joachim de Posada: Don’t eat the marshmallow!

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes http://www.ted.com In this short talk from TED U, Joachim de Posada shares a landmark experiment on delayed gratification — and how it can predict future su… Feras Zeidan‘s insight: A great insight on delayed gratification and it’s relation to future success!! See on www.youtube.com

Relax! You’ll Be More Productive

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes To be at your peak, don’t work so much. See on www.nytimes.com

The 70/20/10 Approach

                I am a firm believer in the 70/20/10 approach! I believe that the best learning happens on the job and takes place through a self managed learning approach! The right level of Collaboration, Coaching and guidance coming from seasoned professionals and senior colleagues, enhances learning and adds […]

Managing People on a Sinking Ship

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes Help your team stay focused and engaged no matter how bad things get. See on blogs.hbr.org

Three Things that Actually Motivate Employees

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes Mastery, membership, and meaning are all more important than money. See on blogs.hbr.org

Tips for Energizing Your Exhausted Employees

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes Start by showing them how essential their work is to the organization’s mission. See on blogs.hbr.org

The Datafication of Human Resources

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes The Datafication of Human Resources: Is Human Resources a data science? Or rather is it a discipline of experience, judgement, and “gut feel?” Now is the time to ask ourselves this question.I See on www.linkedin.com

The MOOC Market Takes Off

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes The MOOC market (Massive Open Online Courses) has exploded. Last week Coursera landed another $20M in funding, bringing their total investment to $63M (even more than edX’s original $60M funding by See on www.linkedin.com

Reduce Your Stress in Two Minutes a Day

See on Scoop.it – Personal Development Enablers You can’t tackle stress management the same way you tackle other goals. See on blogs.hbr.org

Performance Management and the Pony Express

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes Our feeble process for evaluating employees is badly in need of disruption. See on blogs.hbr.org

What If You Work for a Bad Leader?

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes Maybe your boss is a jerk. Maybe he is just incompetent. Regardless, few of us get to work for great leaders. Here are five ways to cope. See on michaelhyatt.com

The 6 Best Tips for Being Super Productive While Working Remotely

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes Startups have long understood the value of turning their talent loose to be productive in their own environments… See on technori.com

12 Tips For Increasing Productivity

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes Productivity is the combination of intelligent planning and focused efforts.  Staying productive at work or at home can be a challenge. See on www.forbes.com

15 Psychology Experts Share Their Best Productivity Tips

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes Experts share their favorite tips for being productive. See on www.psychologytoday.com

ServiceSpace Blog: 5 Principles For Inner Transformation At Work | ServiceSpace.org

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes People go to work to sustain themselves and produce value in the world. Yet work environments can also be stressful, filled with challenging responsibilities and personalities, and feel misaligned with our most deeply cherished values. See on www.servicespace.org

8 Signs of an Extraordinary Boss

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes The best managers have a fundamentally different understanding of workplace, company, and team dynamics. See what they get right. See on smallbusiness.yahoo.com

Intelligence is Overrated: What You Really Need to Succeed, by Keld Jensen

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes Albert Einstein See on www.dailygood.org

Solving Gen Y’s Passion Problem

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes Skills first, love later. See on blogs.hbr.org

Are You As Busy As You Think?

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes We all have the same 168 hours per week — a number few people contemplate even as we talk about 24-7 with abandon — but since time passes whether we acknowledge it or not, we seldom think through exactly how we’re spending our hours. See on online.wsj.com

Group flow: How teamwork can foster creativity, by R. Keith Sawyer

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes Recent scientific research reveals that great creativity almost always springs from collaboration, conversation, and social networks — challenging our mythical image of the isolated genius. See on www.dailygood.org

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