Manifestos tagged with Psychology


Success or Suckcess: It’s Up to Senior Management to Decide
Nov. 2, 2011 - By: Dan Hill
“Over the past 25 years, the breakthroughs in brain science have systematically documented that thought and emotion can’t be artificially separated and that, in fact, the capacity for emotion proceeded thought in evolutionary terms and continues to do so with every deliberation and act an employee makes.”
Responding Effectively to Workplace Bullying: Managing Behavior at the Time of an Attack
Oct. 5, 2011 - By: Aryanne Oade
“This manifesto is written against a backdrop of increasing bullying at work. Its objective is to equip you with the interpersonal know-how and the insight you need to respond effectively to incidents of bullying workplace.“
Guarding the Guards: Crushing the Bureaucratic Rules that Limit Success
Oct. 5, 2011 - By: Tom Rieger
“As managers are forced to do more with less [and] contend with limited resources ... many will begin to build walls to help protect their ability to meet their own local goals. Unfortunately, sometimes those walls become so high that those inside lose sight of the ultimate outcome. ”
Happiness Advocacy, Or, How Positive Psychology Will Save Us From Zombies
May 4, 2011 - By: Annie Passanisi
"This ain’t yo’ momma’s (or for that matter my momma’s) self-help book so don’t get all judgmental. If MacGyver can stop a bomb with a toothpick, we can save the world with happiness. 'Fiction!' you say? It’s even been scientifically proven. You see, it’s all in the technique, my friends.”
The Happiness Work Ethic
Jan. 19, 2011 - By: Shawn Achor
"The single greatest competitive advantage in the modern economy is a positive and engaged workforce. That is not conjecture. That is now a confirmed scientific fact."
Principles Under Pressure: Working in Adversarial Relationships
Dec. 8, 2010 - By: Aryanne Oade
"This manifesto is about how to work with such an adversarial character, whether they are your boss, peer or team member. It is about how to use the specific behavior you need to use to help you manage the unclear boundaries, ambivalent motives and occasional duplicitous conduct that characterizes adversarial working relationships."
Personality Poker: How to Create High-Performing Innovation Teams
Oct. 6, 2010 - By: Stephen M. Shapiro
“'Opposites attract,' or at least that’s the line we’ve all been fed. However, in reality, nothing could be further from the truth. Aside from the physics of magnets, the fact is that opposites actually repel. Human beings strive for commonality, and organizations exist amid striking homogeneity—but why is this a concern?"

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