Next-Gen Leaders: Weekly Roundup 4/18 – 4/22
When you’ve realized someone is a bully, it can hard — sometimes impossible — to turn that person around. A better idea? Be on the lookout for personalities functioning within what psychologists call the “Dark Triangle” during the hiring process.
Joaquin Garcia, an engineer for a municipal water board, felt like no one would even notice if he stopped coming in. So he did. For six years at least, and his paychecks never stopped. It might have even been 14 years, but that’s not for certain.
Tired employees are less healthy, less reliable, and a drag on a company’s operation. Aetna is offering employees a bonus of up to $300 a year if they sleep seven hours a night.
A recent conference called “The Maintainers” attempted to snap the business community out of its infatuation with innovation by reminding them of the importance of just keeping everything working.
A recent study found that 32% of their respondents said the more stressed they were, the better they performed. Six in ten said they thrive under pressure. What can we do with this information that’s not cruel?