How to Spot a Lie

Posted on July 17, 2014

Surprising new research that shows us how we all have learned at an early age to detect lying or dishonesty. This short article by Robert Biswas-Diener reminds us to pay attention to this primal sense. Whether your leading a team, managing a group of people or managing yourself in the midst of a difficult communication, learning more about how you can detect  inauthentic communication is a good skill to hone.   How to Spot a Liehow to spot a lie

8 Things the World’s Most Successful People All have in common

Posted on March 17, 2014

Read what current social science research is telling us about the habits of successful people.

The Way To Happiness: Remember The Four P’s

Posted on January 5, 2014

 

The Four Principles of Happiness The Four P’s of happiness:  Purpose, Perspective, People and Play – Read here as to how you can develop a process to move toward a sense of purpose and positivity in work and life.

The Five Paths To Being The Best At Anything

Posted on December 29, 2013

being-the-bestThis brief article gives a great review of the research that leads to these findings:

1. Always work hard to improve.
2. When choosing tasks and strategies, consider your natural gifts.
3. Pick a great team and get familiar with them.
4. Within reason, always help others.

Read it and learn some insights and strategies from the best and the brightest.

 

 

Simplifying Leadership

Posted on October 31, 2013

CEO’s Just Want To Be Coached

Posted on October 15, 2013
Coaching for CEO's, Executives, and Vice Presidents

This short article provides fascinating data on a study done by Stanford University and an Executive Coaching Firm-The Miles Group.  Learn not only what CEO’s say about their interest in having a outside the firm guidance on management and performance enhancement, but also what is on the Board’s wish list regarding CEO’s developing talent management skills, empathy and compassion.

Three Blessings™

Posted on September 6, 2013

Dr. Martin Seligman is known as the “father of Positive Psychology.” In this short video he outlines a powerful exercise called the “Three blessings” or “what I am grateful for each day.” This simple exercise, done each day, can increase your sense of happiness and well being.

Gratitude HD – Moving Art™

Posted on September 6, 2013

This short video shows in magnificent time lapsed photos the dimensions of what we have to be thankful for…