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.
Study finds that having a clearer sense of purpose in life is associated with better quality sleep… https://t.co/jdvTAqtzxh
by @Caroline_Webb_ - 40 minutes ago
We're all wired to procrastinate a little - but 20% of us have a bigger problem. https://t.co/T28CEgHoT1 https://t.co/4NYs7rnQes
by @Caroline_Webb_ - 1 hours ago
"Learn to fail, or fail to learn" - great talk by @TalBenShahar this morning on the power of creating psychological safety in teams
by @Caroline_Webb_ - yesterday
When you’re about to get big news, do you “brace” yourself? It’s more common than you might think.… https://t.co/dVyE3TuzAI
Ha, thanks for digging this out @heleoworld! Hope it helps a few people. https://t.co/PiC15Yv8Aw
by @Caroline_Webb_ - 2 days ago
CarolineWebbAuthor - 4 hours ago
This study found that having a clearer sense of purpose in life was associated with better quality sleep. (This evening, as you go to bed, maybe ask yourself what you're most looking forward to the next day...)
CarolineWebbAuthor - yesterday
When you’re about to get important news, do you “brace for impact” by lowering your hopes? Turns out, it’s not just pessimists who do this. And it’s probably a good thing.
You might like this if you haven't seen it...
CarolineWebbAuthor - 2 days ago
Upbeat, pragmatic piece by Dorie Clark on ways to stay motivated when others are on vacation - maybe useful in the coming weeks! http://buff.ly/2vdrwOA
CarolineWebbAuthor - 3 days ago
Which traits are more common in people who make it to the CEO role? Maybe not the ones you’d expect. (Ignore the slightly splashy headline. In reality, extraversion/introversion wasn’t found to be a key factor.)
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