Embrace Risk: Our quest for survival

Man walking on ledge

Jump off a cliff, skydive without the parachute, place your life savings on single bet in Vegas: that’s how most people feel about risk. It’s scary and full of uncertainty. Part of the reason we think this way is that our brains are hardwired to survive — to keep us alive by making the right decisions. Sensing risk sets […]

How Changing the “Frame” Can Help Reshape Experiences with Colleagues

Imagine the following scenario: You are assigned to a new team for a project and while most of your new teammates are easy-going and friendly people, one person seems somewhat disagreeable. When you are late to work by a couple of minutes, your colleagues don’t seem to notice or joke lightly about your tardiness, whereas […]

You Are Only As Strong As Your Weakest Link – Motivation, A Driving Force Behind Employee Productivity

Winston Churchill once said that attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference. This is especially true when applied in a workplace setting. Employees who lack enthusiasm, initiative and positive attitude – no matter how brilliant they may be – are no asset to the company. Yet we all can agree that when […]