Each week I read a number of peak performance and entrepreneurial articles from various online resources. Here are my top three picks this week. I have added my comment about each article and would like to hear what you think too.
How Mood Effects Performance
By Brain Amble
If you’ve ever had one of those customer service experiences which left you convinced that the employee you were dealing with must have got out of bed the wrong side, new research suggests that could have been exactly what happened. Read more
My Comment: What do you do to make sure your employees and team start the day in a positive mood? www.motivateresults.com
How Mood Impacts Results
By Daniel Goldman
Emotions are highly intense, fleeting, and sometimes disruptive to work; moods tend to be less intense, longer-lasting feelings that typically don’t interfere with the job at hand. And anemotional episode usually leaves a corresponding lingering mood: a low-key, continual flow of feeling throughout the group. Although emotions and moods may seem trivial from a business point of view, they have real consequences for getting work done. Read more
My Comment: It’s important to find ways to address mood. www.motivateresults.com
Business: Change Your Performance Mindset
By Dr. Jim Taylor
When I work with businesspeople and companies, my first challenge is to convince them that profitability, whether individual or corporate, though important, should not be the primary focus. To persuade the often-resistant corporate brain trust, I introduce them to what I call the 3 Ps. Yes, at the top of the business “food chain,” the ultimate goal in the business world and the first P isprofitability (or increased profitability). But how to achieve greater profitability. It comes from the second P, productivity, meaning getting stuff done that results in individual compensation or corporate revenues. But what underlies productivity? The third and most fundamental P, performance, is the engine that drive productivity and profitability. Read more
My Comment: One way to change your performance mindset is to set a record. www.motivateyourresults.com
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