Power Corrupts Try this experiment—think of times in which you felt powerful, such as when you felt very much in control of your life. Now, go take the empathy quiz at this link (you can scroll down past the introduction to take the quiz). Would you be surprised to know that feeling powerful may turn off
In today’s world, much of the effort to motivate others is based on an outdated model of carrots and sticks. Extrinsic rewards often do very little to satisfy, and may even damage, our deeper psychological needs of Autonomy, Relatedness, and Competency. Dive in to understand our critical needs, why autonomy and meaning in work is so essential, and how extrinsic rewards can interfere with achieving competency.
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For people to trust you, they must perceive that you have good intentions. Try these three methods to pave a road of good intentions to increased trust.
Anyone can be put into a leadership position, but to demonstrate real leadership that builds trust and inspires peak performance, you need to put the concerns of your followers above your own.