Posts Tagged Harvard Business Review
“Where do you see yourself in five years?” Really one of the most boring and least revealing questions…
Some interesting thoughts which might encourage to reflect on the common obsession with the perfectly streamlined candidate. And I love the idea of the “Failure Wall”.
Everyone wants happy employees, but is economy all about happiness? Even in economy 2.0, 3.0, 4.2,…
Rob Markey has some conclusions and arguments to think about: “We should aspire not just to make employees “happy,” but to do so by helping them achieve great things.”
Or in other words: “If you want to be happy, get a hobby. If you want your life to have meaning, get a career.” I won’t engage in the discussion if a career should determine the meaning of life, but it’s a catchy phrase.
A related HRB Article: Creating Sustainable Performance