Category Archives: change

Why Incentives Do Not Always Motivate Employees ?


Intrinsic motivation is what works once people get enough money to have their basic needs met.That is the principle of the Maslow’ Pyramid of needs. Some people think that Maslow’s theory is not valid anymore, yet I agree with Tom Fisburne … Continue reading

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7 Most Common Thinking Errors Expatriates Make


I am going to focus mainly on people moving abroad or expatriates going back home but the theory applies to anybody experiencing  emotional stress when moving to unknown environments. During  big life changes, we experience stress, overload, or threat and often lose control of … Continue reading

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Moving Overseas? Don’t Make Big Decisions Under pressure!


If you are an expatriate moving abroad this summer, chances are high that you are under great pressure and stress. You have made the decision to relocate few months ago, although it feels like years. Your partner is already working in your future … Continue reading

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2012 – The Year Social Media Bubble Will Eventually Burst | Smedio


Today I liked this article from Douglas Idugboe, Digital and New Media Marketing Strategist,because it is clear and has no technical jargon. If you are a non believer comparing social; media today with the 2000 dot.com bubble burst,  here some numbers that helps … Continue reading

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7 Rules To Never Waste Your Time Again


Are you always busy, yet not finishing all you want to do or enjoying the way you spend your time ? Time is the most precious asset we have that once spent is lost forever, unlike other precious things we may … Continue reading

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Invent Your Future Job: Be Unique, Be Social, Be Global


The fast-paced changes of our societies have affected all industries and is changing the nature of work for the next 10 to 15 years. There are three major challenges for the workforce of the future increasing pressures on organizations to become … Continue reading

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Beyond Motivation: How to Engage Employees To Boost The Economy


According to the latest Gallup survey on American employee’s productivity conducted in 201,  only 29% of employees were engaged or involved and enthusiastic about their job. In contrast 71 % of full-time workers, were “not engaged” including 20% miserable or actively disengaged. These findings … Continue reading

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