Monthly Archives: October 2012

Emotions Color How We Think, Feel And Behave At Work

EVER since Daniel Goleman equated marshmallows an emotional intelligence in the public mind with his book, “Emotional Intelligence” in 1995, a slew of books on the topic have written by psychologists turned writers turned psychologists. One of these post-Goleman authors

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PEOPLE AT WORK COLUMN: Burnout

CHANGE your lifestyle, change your life. This is a prescription I would like to give to all bone-tired working moms who have a nagging feeling that perhaps somewhere out there is “the good life.” You see, “working” and “mom” are

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PEOPLE AT WORK COLUMN: Managing Time

WORKING moms usually look at time as an enemy. Time escapes them when they have a deadline to meet. It taunts them when they are caught in a traffic snarl at eight o’clock in the evening with hungry kids waiting for the

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