Building a culture focused on performance may not be the best, healthiest, or most sustainable way to fuel results. Instead, it may be more effective to focus on creating a culture of growth. Building a growth culture requires a blend of individual and organizational components such as an environment that feels safe, a focus on continuous learning, time-limited experiments, and continuous feedback.
Ability to surf to the waves of life, understand one’s emotions and regulate them.
a number of studies have shown that people who set personal goals to achieve during their time off, report being happier than those who don’t. the reason this works is because it makes us more intentional about how we will spend our time away from work and not because it allows us to cross things off from yet another to-do list
Generational differences are real, but we tend to make too much of them. If the way you are managing the older or younger members of your team is overtly or subliminally signaling that you don’t value them, you will surely see the symptoms of hurt feelings: resistance, disengagement, anger, or insubordination.