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How Mindfulness Helps Service Employees Regulate Their Emotions

While more and more attention is being paid to making work more meaningful, the fact is that for many employees, notably those dealing directly with often-difficult customers, work can take an emotional toll. This emotional toll is reflected in emotional exhaustion and low job satisfaction. Research from Maastricht University shows that mindfulness can help interactive […]

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Diversity and Inclusion: Key Success Factors for Today’s Companies

In today‚Äôs workplace, driven by demographic changes and the evolution in our social attitudes, diversity competencies in managers and leaders are required. Such competencies are based on the following abilities: attitudinal (for example, adapting to other cultural norms, withholding judgment) skills (practicing appropriate etiquette, seeking local expertise). managerial (using culturally appropriate motivational tools) knowledge (following […]

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Why Sleep Matters

It is well known that we are sleeping less than we ever have. To explore the impact of this lack of sleep on performance at work, two researchers from Hult International Business School surveyed more than 1,000 professionals of all hierarchical levels and industries. The researchers, Vicki Culpin and Ayiesha Russell, initially categorized the results […]

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Meritocracy at Work: Well-Intention Systems Can Cause the Reverse

Many companies make an effort to promote and compensate their employees based on performance rather than, as in the past, seniority. Specifically, companies will implement merit-based routines and written policies and performance management systems, all with the goal of ensuring that the most effective and successful employees and managers are compensated based on their performance. […]

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