How Risk Biases Impact Our Decision-Making

4 minute readDuring times of uncertainty, decision-making can be heavily impacted. As we have discussed previously, a study examining companies’ performance before and after different recessions found that just nine percent of organizations “roared out of the recession,” and 80 percent still struggled, even three years after the recession. What was the differentiator between the few that thrived…

Why We Should Acknowledge Luck’s Role in Success

3 minute readWhen thinking of success, there are likely countless examples that come to mind that focus on the effort a person spent to get to where they are. There are many articles which chronicle what routines or skills that you can emulate to achieve success. However, it can be frustrating or demotivating when despite…

How to Overcome Pandemic Fatigue

If you are feeling chronically tired, you aren’t alone. As we adjust to new guidelines and policies arising from the constant quick changes imposed by the pandemic…

Why Reopening Takes a Mental Toll on Us

As we make our way through the stages of reopening, you might be finding yourself feeling mixed emotions. While you might feel excited to see colleagues…

Managing Burnout While Working Remotely

Burnout is a challenge for most organizations, even pre-pandemic. A 2019 Gallup study found that most full-time employees, about 8 in 10, experience burnout “sometimes.”

Purpose at Work

What motivates someone to get up in the morning and go to work, day after day? Some may think that the answer is pay– the higher the better. However, while money might prevent dissatisfaction, it does not create satisfaction or engagement.