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Two Big Black Hearts, Jim Dine, 1985, Bronze, courtesy deCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, Lincoln MA

Negotiate a Career with a Heart for You and Your Employees

Idea posted: November 2014
  • Strategy
  • Learning & Behaviour
  • Operations

A career with a heart goes beyond job satisfaction. It means being delighted with every job in your career. It’s waking up every morning excited to get to work. A career with a heart is a career that is self-directed, generates positive emotions and is integrated with overall life of the individual. Developing such a career takes hard work — and is built on a series of mindful negotiations. 

Idea #460
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Tragedy and Comedy, a mosaic from the Baths of Decius on the Aventine Hill, Rome, now in the Capitoline Museum, Rome (Source: Wikipedia Commons)

How Showing Emotions Builds Individual and Team Resilience

Idea posted: February 2014
  • Leadership & Change
  • Learning & Behaviour

Individuals who have a close relationship and teams that are built on trust are more likely to have the resilience to bounce back from setbacks. New research shows that ‘emotional carrying capacity’ — that is, the freedom to constructively express more emotions, both positive and negative — is the mechanism through which closeness and trust builds this resilience.

Idea #327
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