Amina Lula: Harvard Business - Please take notes... →
Thee best practice guidelines mentioned in the article below are guidelines that can be applied not only in a corporate setting, but socially as well. You can share, teach and show everything to a co-worker and in turn, get nothing. Zero results, no improvement and sometimes not even a thank you….
smonteiro: Caregiving: an essential component of... →
Yesterday I went to see a lecture by Una McCluskey, expert in organizational psychology, on “Caregiving: an essential component of Leadership in organizations”, which showed how leadership experiences (whether positive or negative) influence the performance of the employee at the organization…
For a certain type of intellectual mediocrity characterized by enlightened...– C.G. Jung, “Psychology and Religion”
Super Bowl spectator stress can spark heart... →
These studies, and more under way, are providing evidence for two important...– Kipling D. Williams, “Ostracism: The Kiss of Social Death” (via mister-rabbit)
Easy = True →
b3nbrooks: This is a great read for all marketers. Invest in companies with names that are very easy to pronounce.
Psychology Journal #1
missdefinition: Journal #1: Maxim. Cosmo. Playboy. Playgirl. Elle. Men’s Health. Vogue. These magazines spend millions of dollars researching the male/female mind so that they can market to it…to you. How well do you think that they understand the male or female psyche? Do you think that you fit in the average demographic to which they are marketing? Why or why not? In this information age,...
Psychology Journal #2
missdefinition: Journal #2: Paying Girls Not to Get Pregnant, July 23, 2009 by Carin Ford (higheredmorning.com) The University of North Carolina’s come up with an unusual incentive in hopes of encouraging teen girls not to get pregnant. In an attempt to reduce the number of teen pregnancies, UNC at Greensboro is providing classes in abstinence and the use of contraceptives to girls ages 12 to...
Three Star Leadership Blog: Hype Alert: Peyton... →
Actual insight into the reason Peyton Manning is so good at his job. Conclusion: hard work NOT magic.
Guest Post – Jersey Shore: On Beauty and Not Even... →
Fascinating review of panel discussion of “Jersey Shore and Guido Culture” from Queen’s College. It covered sexuality and ethnicity as portrayed on “Jersey Shore” as well as more generally in today’s world…