Paulius Tuzikas on Agile 101Shaping better work environmentsSome time ago
We’re moving away from command and control ways of organising work. High-performing organisations and teams have one thing in common - an environment where people co-create things together. Great teams co-create plans, roadmaps, budgets, hiring processes or whatever else is needed to achieve goals. What was the last thing you’ve co-created with people in your organisation?
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Povilas Godliauskas on Emotional IntelligenceTech Recruiter & Career Coach / Founder @ coach.ltSome time ago
What does psychological research tell us about our motivation to ‘hook up’? 🔥 ♂️ If you are a young heterosexual male from the West who considers to hook up with someone, probably you are interested mostly in one-time sex, and that’s it (no strings attached). ♀️ However, if you are a female (same criteria), there is a high chance that you are interested in sex, as well as the prospect of having a relationship. And if you are a female and do end up hooking up with someone, it will most likely be your friend rather than an acquaintance or a stranger. Of course, this is just plain statistics, which does not say anything about individual cases or personality differences. More so, the study does not tell us if, how, or why we should hook up or not. 😶 Nonetheless, we should always be mindful of our biological drives and accept them for what they are instead of ignoring their existence and impact on our decisions. This is how we can increase our ability to respond rather than react and become more self-conscious human beings. 👌 Link to the study: https://psycnet.apa.org/record/2020-28773-001
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