Many old school managers are still of the belief that only a few common incentives motivate people, such as money and status. But research shows the opposite. People are not as heavily influenced by money as some think. One such study was carried out by Development Dimensions International and published in the UK Times newspaper. They interviewed more than 1,000 staff from companies employing more than 500 workers, and found many to be bored, lacking commitment and looking for a new job. Pay actually came fifth in the reasons people gave for leaving their jobs.
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.. And Why You Should Look to the Clouds for Answers [I published this several years ago, just in time for the holidays. Decided to make it a regular seasonal “rerun.” I hope you enjoy it, share it with your more argumentative friends & relatives and remember to play nice at all those holiday parties! — MG] Do you find yourself facing a bunch of holiday parties with people whose political or religious perspectives might be drastically different from your own? Are you dreading those inevitable arguments? This article provides some perspective on: The weird and wonderful ways our political and religious views evolve, including: The Happy Face Version The Waterfall Version Why we inevitably clash when we try to argue about politics or religion Why it’s pointless to argue about politics or religion How you might become an amateur anthropologist and try to see into the “cloud” of personal experiences that make up the other guy’s political or religious vision Specific suggestions and Challenges for dealing with your next political or religious argument Click here to download the entire 9-page PDF (with 6 graphic illustrations). ( Note : This article, largely because of its several somewhat-complicated & whimsical graphics, didn’t seem to lend itself to the usual audio podcast or blog post. The PDF file presents all these elements in a single, easy to read document. Hope you like it!) ==== Related ==== [YouTube Video] Curate Your Own News: Why & How The WORTH SHARING “Peace of Mind” Collection
This new post at my WORTH SHARING website introduces a powerful (and free!) app that you’re going to want to use with your project teams. Check it out: Clarisketch: Narrate & Annotate Pictures for Teaching or Team Collaboration So why visit my WORTH SHARING website? See: Convergence: Everything Worth Sharing in One Place