Mark Murphy / Leadership IQ Blog
Many companies don’t want to hear candid and truthful feedback from their employees. And it’s having a chilling effect on employees’ engagement.
From January-June, 2017, Leadership IQ surveyed 27,048 executives, managers and employees and discovered…
If you want to cost yourself a job interview, just use words like “you”, “they”, “always” and “can’t”. New research from Leadership IQ finds that interview answers rated poorly by hiring managers contain very different words than interview answers rated highly.
The terms ‘fake news’ and ‘alternative facts’ entered the lexicon during the 2016 presidential election. And now the impact of these terms are being felt in the American workplace.
During May-June 2017, Leadership IQ surveyed 3,272 leaders and professionals from the United States and discovered the following:
Nine out of ten people have heard the term ‘fake news’ and eight out of ten have heard of ‘alternative facts
Research shows that in certain jobs, having higher emotional intelligence is actually correlated with lower job performance! The determining factor in whether emotional intelligence is positively or negatively related to job performance is called “emotional labor.” So take this quiz to see whether your job demands high or low emotional labor, and thus whether you need high or low emotional intelligence.
Most presenters fall short when it comes to engaging audiences while driving home their point. Too many slides, the wrong kinds of slides, rambling, lack of an objective and a weak argument are just a few of the presentation sins most speakers commit.
PechaKucha, a weird Japanese presentation technique devised by Tokyo architects Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham can help.