Research shows that leaders can manage the negative emotions of their employees by adopting specific strategies.
Do you have passion for work? If not, do you at least know someone who does? Why does it seem that some people have passion for work and others merely go through the motions? New research shows that people have two different mindsets about how to achieve passion for their jobs. Organizations need to understand each mindset in order to assist both types of people in achieving passion and job satisfaction.
There is a lot of buzz around the term “Executive Coach” so what does an executive coach do and what do you need to know before you hire one?
Executive coaching can turn a good employee into a great manager. When it works well, the added value of improved leadership and decision-making abilities is well worth the financial investment required to hire skilled coaches. However, no one wants to spend time and money on a coaching relationship that doesn’t get results. So, what makes an executive coaching relationship work?
The authors introduce the Strategies for Enhancing Performance Initiative to identify, test, and measure the most effective performance control practices in the workplace to both increase performance and to mitigate the negative effects of stress.