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Striving for Happiness could be Making you Unhappy – Here’s How...

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Authored by Lowri Dowthwaite, University of Central Lancashire Happiness is Big Business Happiness is big business, with sales of self-help books in the UK reaching record levels...

‘Never Let a Crisis go to Waste’: How Three CEOs Helped...

Never let a crisis go to waste how three CEOs helped their companies thrive in a pandemic
Thomas Malnight, International Institute for Management Development (IMD) and Ivy Buche, International Institute for Management Development (IMD) The COVID-19 pandemic has prompted different responses from...

With Management Resistance Overcome, Working from Home may be Here to...

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Authors: Linda Colley, CQUniversity Australia and Sue Williamson, UNSWIt has been almost 50 years ago since visionaries started predicting a digital revolution enabling many of...

The Psychological Benefits of Working Less

The psychological benefits of working less
Authored by Steve Taylor, Leeds Beckett University The daughter of a friend of mine recently left university and entered the world of work, taking on a...

Why Women Leaders are Excelling during the Coronavirus Pandemic

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Authored by Louise Champoux-Paillé, Concordia University and Anne-Marie Croteau, Concordia University.Since the beginning of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, there’s been a lot of media attention...

5 Expert Tips for Working from Home in a Crowded House...

5 Expert Tips for Working from Home in a Crowded House during the Coronavirus Pandemic
Authored by Professor Brittany Harker MartinWith much of the globe self-isolating, many people must suddenly manage the complexities of working from home while sharing a...

Working from home? Here are Five ways to Reduce Procrastination and...

Working from home? Here are five ways to reduce procrastination and be productive
If you have been asked to work from home during the coronavirus pandemic to help slow the spread of the virus, you might be...

Six Effective Ways to have that Difficult Conversation at Work

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Authored by Grace McCarthy, University of Wollongong Employees want more feedback. Gen Y employees, in particular, want constant feedback. Managers, however, are often reluctant to give...

January Blues: Cross-Country Skiers hold Clues to Beating it

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Authored by Martina Svensson, Lund UniversityIt’s that time of the year again. The festive season is over and we are left with the prospect of...

Bosses Face more Discrimination if they are Women – from Employees of...

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 fizkes/Shutterstock.com Martin Abel, MiddleburyImagine that your boss Ethan calls you into his office. He expresses disappointment in your recent performance and lack of commitment. How...