A self-affirmation is a positive statement of how we envision our best self or some aspect of what desire in our life. Positive comments are a one step process that creates a picture or instructions for your brain to follow.
We all have the tendency to expose ourselves to information and associate with people who share our view of the world. It’s such a pervasive phenomenon that social psychologists have a name for it, they call it ‘living in an echo chamber’. But, what happens if we step out of it?
There are not many words more dreaded at work than, “I have some feedback for you.” So, how do we break this cycle of fear and begin to turn “feedback” into an ongoing positive and productive tool for growth and motivation?
The belief that women are more emotional than men is one of the most widely held and persistent gender stereotypes in Western cultures. But, is it true? What’s the real story about our varied relationship with our emotions? More importantly, what can we learn from this?
In our work with organizations, we’ve noticed that when the leader develops their mindfulness skills, their team also becomes more mindful. Sometimes, this occurs even without the team practicing alongside them. How does this happen?…
You simply can’t walk through a work location today without seeing many employees with earbuds or headphones on, listening to music. But, is it a good idea to listen to music at work? Does it positively or negatively impact the workplace? Let’s take a look at the current research.