SalaryBar calculates yoir value, your personal, unbiased salary. For your company there is one very important ratio that determines how valuable you are at work. CNBS’s Suzy Welch: This formula will reveal how valuable you are to your company “I dubbed it ‘personal ROI,’ and it’s so simple, you can — and you should — […]Read More your value
The Motivating (and Demotivating) Effects of Learning Others’ Salaries Zoë B. CullenRicardo Perez-Truglia OCTOBER 25, 2018 To our surprise, finding out that their managers got paid more seemed to make employees work harder than those who did not find out the true salary. Our estimates suggest that discovering that the boss’s salary is 10% higher […]Read More Transparency is key
Interviewing for new hires is one of the most important activities for leadership. Taking into account if the new hire both fits into the existing culture, as well as brings a new outside-in flavor. Setup for success A great way to really test people is to put them into unexpected situations. Move the interview from […]Read More black belt interviewing
To achieve a high performance culture where employees feel at home, part of a family implement some of these principles of the Inc article; they will create stronger ties between your brand and its human talent. 1. Display your humanity Becoming human-centric rather than profit-centric may involve a shift in thinking and priorities. However, it […]Read More Build a home
Summary of the Inc. article (click here for the full article) Why we work determines how well we work. The six main reasons people work are: play, purpose, potential, emotional pressure, economic pressure, and inertia. A high-performing culture maximizes the play, purpose, and potential felt by its people, and minimizes the emotional pressure, economic pressure, […]Read More How does culture drive performance?
Being concise is a challenge, most professionals aim to write a half A4 page to describe themselves. In a FORTUNE magazine Melinda Gates is described as having great listening skills, “she acknowledges, she nods, she listens”. At RizeClub we believe that being able to describe yourself in a 20 concrete words, as well as listing […]Read More just words…?
Physicist and biotech entrepreneur Safi Bahcall argues in Loonshots: How to Nurture the Crazy Ideas That Win Wars, Cure Diseases, and Transform Industries that the secret to creativity as actually organizational structure versus anything else. To Bahcall, the goal is to create a structure where you get people motivated and incented to go for “loonshots,” crazy ideas that […]Read More boost innovation, introduce a Chief Incentives Officer
Students who took notes with the laptops slightly out-performed the students who wrote their notes longhand (with pen and paper) when it came to recalling specific facts. But when it came to conceptual understanding, the students who took notes by hand performed much better. At the end of the day, it seems as though what’s […]Read More The Mueller and Oppenheimer Study – taking notes