If Sitting By High Performers Is All It Takes To Improve, I Want To Sit By Tim Sackett

John Hollon John Hollon, Office Politics

These are the kinds of stories that drive me nuts. Back in August, The Wall Street Journal published an article with the headline Use Your Seat to Get Ahead at Work, but the REAL news came in the subhead — “Sitting next to a star improves your performance, research shows; finally, something to like about open offices.” Sorry, but in …

Mama Said Knock You Out: When Top Performers Get Beat Down

Chelsea Rowe Chelsea Rowe, Communication, Current Affairs, Harassment, HR, Recruiting

Last round, I shared the Tale of Kitty Clark.  Click over to the original post if you didn’t catch it. Kitty was a scrappy, feared, grungy, tough-gal that ran the halls of the 1973 middle school she attended with my mother in upstate New York. My theory is the extreme cold climate made it way to her insides where it …