Research suggests that top performers can be subject to hidden sabotage at work. Examples like withholding resources and social exclusion can be hard to detect and even harder to extinguish. The solution lies in leaders re-evaluating their performance ‘norms’. Read the article in full at Forbes.com.
In his latest article for Forbes.com, Sebastian Bailey, President of Mind Gym Inc. ruminates on the popular practice of mindfulness. Extolled by Oprah to Bill Clinton and practiced at Google, but are people turning to mindfulness because the alternative – spending time alone with our thoughts – is simply intolerable. In a new study published in Science the results are...
An entrepreneurs’ club that includes Innocent and Moonpig has made four new year requests – that need not cost the government a penny writes Octavius Black, CEO of Mind Gym. Read the article in full on The Sunday Telegraph website.
When does friendly office chat damage people’s self-esteem? Far more often than we think, because it’s full of ‘microaggressions’. These subtle, unintended exclusions wreak havoc on engagement. Mind Gym behavioral psychologist, Iain Smith, has written the first in a series of articles on this topic for The HR Director. Iain is currently doing a part-time PhD researching ageist microaggressions.
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