Monthly Archives: July 2009

Evil HR or Weak Management?

            Have you seen the blog of Evil HR Lady? (http://evilhrlady.blogspot.com/2009/03/i-quit.html) You can see how she describes the perception of HR as the bearer of all bad news for the hapless employee who will be disciplined, demoted, transferred, terminated or … Continue reading

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Aspects of Mourning or Why I Am Glad I Saw “Sex and the City”

What is it we mourn when we lose someone?  We miss both what was, and more often, what might have been.  If we lose someone close to us, we miss their smell, their voice, their presence in our lives.  We … Continue reading

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The Motivation Problem 2: Belief Systems

My last blog on motivation discussed motivating based on goals.  Motivation also relies on three fundamental beliefs.  In order for an individual or group to be motivated to achieve an objective, the individual must believe three things: (1) the objective … Continue reading

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