Caroline Webb is Chief Executive of Sevenshift, an advisory firm that works with clients to strengthen their ability to lead and inspire change. Previously a Partner at McKinsey & Company, she remains an external Senior Adviser to McKinsey on leadership and she is a Senior Expert in the Mobius network. She is the author of How to Have a Good Day.
We all face things we can’t change – a heavy workload, cranky colleagues, the steady stream of emails. But what if we could make every day feel more like our best days, where everything seems to go our way? That’s where How To Have a Good Day comes in.
If you liked my recent HBR article on everyday purpose at work, you’ll love this from @shawnachor… https://t.co/swXtMFFUpT
by @Caroline_Webb_ - 43 minutes ago
@jpeggers You just made me laugh out loud - thank you
by @Caroline_Webb_ - 17 hours ago
RT @jpeggers: When I include this comment in an email and the recipient emails me back minutes later I want to reach through the Internet &…
“Adulthood is emailing ‘sorry for the delayed response!’ back and forth until one of you dies.” So good… https://t.co/3y2Rv5VTFW
by @Caroline_Webb_ - 19 hours ago
Would you be less stressed if you found a way to check email less often? Probably, research says.… https://t.co/R3aCAQqXYY
by @Caroline_Webb_ - yesterday
CarolineWebbAuthor - 13 minutes ago
If you liked my recent HBR article on practical ways to find purpose in your everyday work, you’ll love this complementary piece by the wonderful Shawn Achor. Try the exercise with the arrows that he suggests at the end...
CarolineWebbAuthor - 21 hours ago
“Adulthood is emailing ‘sorry for the delayed response!’ back and forth until one of you dies.” Hilarious, but also worth pondering.
CarolineWebbAuthor - yesterday
How many times do you check your email every day - and is that a good thing? Ever more research looks at this question. The last paragraph here is the one that most caught my eye.
Ron Friedman brought together a huge number of influential thinkers on the topic of leadership and performance at work, interviewed each of them, and is now streaming these conversations for free in his Peak Work Performance Summit. Amazing. I was thrilled to be included, and my interview is getting a second airing this Friday (April 28) at 12.00 Eastern Time, and you'll be able to watch it until Sunday. In the meantime, check out the others: http://buff.ly/2p6PTLZ
Fascinating analysis from Gallup, suggesting that national life satisfaction metrics may be effective leading indicators of political upheavals.
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