How many exclamation points are too many exclamation points?!?! A study analyzing 200 exclamations used in a professional discussion group found that women used 73% of the exclamation marks. Why do we, as women, feel the need to communicate like we’re leading the cheer squad at the homecoming game? Why?? :)
Major imbalances between work and life can become problematic for your health, job performance, and much more the longer those unhealthy habits carry on. Part 4 in The Science Behind Doing Great Work equips you with a few simple strategies to get back on track.
Research has confirmed that there are optimal temperature, sound, and lighting conditions that make you more focused, creative, and prepared to tackle even your most challenging work. Part 2 of 5 in The Science Behind Doing Great Work examines the environmental conditions that make you more productive in your workspace.
Your brain loves dopamine, and so does your boss. A naturally-occurring chemical that fuels productivity, work ethic, and performance, and makes manager reviews less painful? Tell me more! Part 1 of 5 in The Science Behind Doing Great Work is all about getting inside your brain to understand the neuroscience of motivation.
From smelly, microwaved leftovers to meetings that could be an email, these fleeting distractions can totally kill your workflow. But with the help of communication tools and feedback software, a five-star work experience is only a few (thousand) data points away.