Ten Things Successful People (Who Are Actually Happy) Do Differently

by Dr. Travis Bradberry

“The key to beating habituation is to pursue, what researchers call, enduring accomplishments. Unlike run-of-the-mill accomplishments that produce fleeting happiness, the pleasure from enduring accomplishments lasts long after that initial buzz. Enduring accomplishments are so critical that they separate those who are successful and happy from those who are always left wanting more.”

How To Train Your Brain To Go Positive Instead Of Negative

by Loretta Breuning

Negativity will engulf you unless you build yourself a positivity circuit. To do that, spend one minute looking for positives, three times a day for forty five days.”

5 Ways Inclusion Helps Leaders Influence More

by Glenn Llopis

“Inclusion is a system for making sure the organization is welcoming at every level to every individual. Inclusion is about diversity of thought. About finding like-mindedness in our differences. It’s about embracing those differences and further exploring them to support the values that unite and serve as our competitive advantages to stimulate new growth, attract new talent, and generate new marketplace opportunities.”

Employers Risk Driving New Hires Away with Poor Onboarding

by Roy Maurer

“‘Part of doing onboarding well is ensuring it lasts long enough to see an employee beyond the initial week of learning how to use the photocopier,’ Lennon said. New employees need support ‘over a number of months to ensure they feel socially connected at work and to ensure their managers are adequately supporting them in the period of transition.'”

What Women Want: Four Ways To Show Respect At Work

by Jim Ludema and Amber Johnson

“…truly advancing women takes more than a hashtag or social media post. It takes change. In the spirit of International Women’s Day, we share four ways you can increase equity and gender parity in your organization. These suggestions don’t require policy change or sweeping cultural shifts; you can do them yourself today and every day.”