Category: Dr. Tasha Eurich

3 Easy Tips to Curate a Positive Mood

“You did what?” I stammered, “I don’t think I heard you right.” My friend Florence smiled triumphantly. “Tasha, shutting off my cable was my only option. I couldn’t keep hearing about all the things that were wrong with the world.

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For More Productive Meetings, Throw Out Your Conference Table

Dr. Tasha Eurich

If your meetings are long, awkward and unproductive, you’re not alone in your misery. One study of 2,000 managers reported in Industry Week revealed that at least 30 percent of the time people spend in meetings is a waste of

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Give Your Brain a Break to be More Successful

Dr. Tasha Eurich

The summer of 2014 is winding down. And odds are, you’re probably gearing up for something: sending your kids off to school, going to school yourself, or stepping things up at work. For most of us, fall is the time

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Why Our Addiction to Work is Hurting Our Careers

Dr. Tasha Eurich

Kmart’s recent announcement to open its doors at 6am on Thanksgiving Day sent shock waves throughout the nation. Though bargain-seekers were thrilled, many are questioning the retail chain’s decision. In recent years, such “Thanksgiving Creep” has inspired multiple protests from

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TEDxMileHigh: Be Awesome at Anything – Dr. Tasha Eurich

Is leadership something we’re born with, or can we learn to be better leaders? In this thought-provoking talk at TEDxMileHigh Emergence 2014, Dr. Tasha Eurich shares three key steps to be not just awesome at leadership, but anything else you

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3 Tips to Work Less and Enjoy Life More This Summer

It’s already been two weeks since Memorial Day–the unofficial kick-off to summer. For many people, Memorial Day is a welcome respite after months without a federal holiday. So unless you had the presence of mind to take a spring vacation (and

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Meaningful Work: Not Just for Millennials

Dr. Tasha Eurich

Americans spend at least half of our waking hours at work.  Given the role work plays in our lives, most people strive for a sense of purpose and meaning in what we do.  What precisely constitutes meaning can be different

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Working Fewer Hours Can Make You More Productive – Interview with Dr. Tasha Eurich

Dr. Tasha Eurich, speaker, executive coach, and author of the New York Times bestseller Bankable Leadership: Happy People, Bottom Line Results and the Power to Deliver Both was a recent guest on KUSA 9News. Tasha says it’s possible to build downtime

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If You Were a Horrible Boss, Would You Even Know It?

“Is your boss a slave-driving psycho?” This is what a poster for the 2011 movie Horrible Bosses asks. As the movie’s box-office popularity attests, most of us have worked for a horrible boss at some point. In a brilliant piece on the

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What We Believe About Others Comes True

Dr. Tasha Eurich

I’ve said it once and I’ll say it again: I’m a leadership geek. I try to use my geek powers for good and not for evil. So this week, I want to talk about how the best-or bankable-leaders get the

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What if Feedback Could be “No Fear?”

Because most of us dread being called out for mistakes or weaknesses, leaders who hope to give honest feedback run the risk of angering employees and decreasing their productivity if it isn’t delivered correctly. This explains research findings revealing a

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