Posts Tagged ‘career guidance’
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Tags: career, career guidance, creativity, genius
There is a massive problem with our employment system – find out why we don’t know how to employ geniuses
Dave Logan suggests: "Genius is often so narrow that it passes unidentified through competency screenings that many companies use to find "the right people.
The heart of the problem for geniuses — people who are 9 or 10 at something — are that they are probably a 2-3 in other areas."
Tags: career, career guidance, engagement, performance, work performance
Excessive demands are leading to burnout everywhere.
excerpt: “A 2012 global work force study of 32,000 employees by the consulting company Towers Watson found that the traditional definition of engagement — the willingness of employees to voluntarily expend extra effort — is no longer sufficient to fuel the highest levels of performance. Willing, it turns out, does not guarantee able. Companies in the Towers Watson study with high engagement scores measured in the traditional way had an operating margin of 14 percent. By contrast, companies with the highest number of “sustainably engaged” employees had an operating margin of 27 percent, nearly three times those with the lowest traditional engagement scores.”
See on www.nytimes.com