Category Archives: performance

The Psychological Contract: The human investment

A recent post at Glassdoor Blog remembers Harry Levinson, Progressive Workplace Psychologist.   Levinson had a deep appreciation of the nature of the workplace.   He understood the great psychological significance of work in people’s lives.  Levinson, with colleagues Price, Munden, Mandl … Continue reading

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Civility is More than Good Manners

Defining Civility It may be easier to define civility by first considering what incivility looks like, since it is these behaviors that are obvious and problematic.  Generally, incivility consists of  personal attacks, rudeness, disrespectful comments, and aggressive behaviors that disrupt work … Continue reading

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Three Rs of doing more with less

The first months of a new year is an opportune time to cultivate and harness new energy – out with the old, in with the new!  It is a natural time to recalibrate.  It is the right time to zero … Continue reading

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From Conflict to Win/Win

When conflict occurs, it may be a high voltage moment, entirely unanticipated.  In reality, this is probably not the case as unresolved tensions will, inevitably, result in conflict.  It may even   be predictable since people are often in competition with … Continue reading

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