December 30, 2010

Stepping Out of the Time Famine

“Many of life’s puzzles can be resolved by simply understanding our own time perspectives and those of others.”          Philip Zimbardo, Social Psychologist   As another year ends and we watch the clock countdown to a new year, we have another opportunity to think about the role of time in our lives.   But this isn’t a post about time management or adding […]
December 16, 2010

If You Are Sick, Stay Home (and please get some sleep)

“We have clear evidence that if you consistently work long hours, you will get ill. And what we’re finding in the developed world is that increasingly the hours are upping that more and more people are working longer.”     Cary Cooper, Organizational Psychologist Recently, we’ve spoken with several clients who were sick. Physically ill.  Coughing, sneezing, watery eyes, sore throats – […]
December 2, 2010

Every Word Has Power (Watching Your Language Can Change the Way You Feel at Work)

“But words are things, and a small drop of ink, Falling like dew, upon a thought, produces That which makes thousands, perhaps millions, think.” ~George Gordon Byron Words are powerful. What we say reflects what we think.  Our spoken word originates in our thought.  Typically, most people don’t think consciously.  In fact, the common knowledge is that we use only […]