For a great article on this topic, look at: http://blogs.harvardbusiness.org/cs/2009/11/is_your_boss_a_bully_stop_bein.html?cm_mmc=npv-_-WEEKLY_HOTLIST-_-NOV_2009-_-HOTLIST1123
Month: November 2009
When you think of the amount of people we each may know or know of in our personal and private worlds, the numbers would be considerable. Our level of connectedness with others can be easily increased by joining informal or formal networks or groups and spending time with them. How connected are you in your professional world? How connected to you want to be? And if there isn't an established group in your areas of interest,
Harvard Medical School has discovered happiness is a collective thing and rubs off on others…for an uplifting article on their findings, check out http://web.med.harvard.edu/sites/RELEASES/html/christakis_happiness.html
Until yesterday, I'd not given much thought to small planes and balancing the weight of fuel, passengers and freight. Yesterday I was asked to shift from the middle of the plane to the rear back row and two other passengers, also in the middle of the plane, were reallocated in the same area. When I enquired why we needed to shift the flight attendant said it was to help trim the plane – they needed more people at the end of the plane to balance things up.