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Conversations Victor Creed
22
Apr

Politics and The Business of Success

Remember when being political in business meant someone was kissing up to the boss to leapfrog over you for a promotion? Remember when being politically astute in business meant aligning with someone who would champion your career? Am I the only one who longs to return to that version of politics in business?
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15
Feb

The Economics of Well-Being – Harvard Business Review

The Economics of Well-Being – Harvard Business Review This installment of the HBR happiness articles will not be reading for most of usual readers. I have included this article for all those in business who are responsible for talent development, training and education and all areas of employee engagement that has been difficult to justify...
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13
Feb

Positive Intelligence – Harvard Business Review

Positive Intelligence – Harvard Business Review I will admit, this is my favorite article in the series. How could I not like an article that states: In fact, it works the other way around: People who cultivate a positive mind-set perform better in the face of challenge. I call this the “happiness advantage”—every business outcome...
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09
Feb

The Science Behind the Smile – Harvard Business Review

The Science Behind the Smile – Harvard Business Review The simplest of actions. The greatest of impacts. What more could you ask? Right behind my dislike for the word Pollyanna when someone is attempting to rebuff the impact of Positive Psychology, is the apparent need mock the impact smiling can have on mood elevation. Again,...
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