Posts Tagged ‘ Harvard Business Review ’

Put Me In, Coach

Jan 9th, 2023

According to a study published in Harvard Business Review, 8.9% of employees feel engaged with tough bosses, while 6.7% feel engaged with nice bosses. But 68% of employees feel engaged with bosses who are both nice and tough. Most of us, at some point in our lives, had a coach—maybe in academics, athletics, talent or […]

Important Business Meeting? Put On Your Tom Brady Face

Nov 8th, 2021

The next time you’re on the way to a big meeting or about to give an important presentation, you might want to stop along the way, pop on a set of headphones and tune in a motivating playlist. Pump it up, to get your energy started. Grab a favorite “fidget” device to go with it […]

Report Offers Business Advice Related to COVID-19

Apr 27th, 2020

The Harvard Business Review (HBR) recently published a report Coronavirus and Business: The Insights You Need, that gives companies advice on how to approach business in the future while being in the midst of the global epidemic. According to the HBR, there are several lessons to be learned for responding to fast-changing events including COVID-19. […]