Welcome back to another week with FOT! Here are 5 things you should know to get your week started:
1. Teach Someone to Prioritize Using Psychological Distance: Stepping back is more than just a turn of phrase, in this case. We want to create something called “psychological distance.”
2. People Who Use Firefox or Chrome Are Better Employees: Cornerstone’s researchers found that people who took the test on a non-default browser, such as Firefox or Chrome, ended up staying at their jobs about 15 percent longer than those who stuck with Safari or Internet Explorer. They performed better on the job as well.
3. You Can’t Fix Job Descriptions, but You Don’t Have to Rely on Them: We know that job descriptions are flawed to the point of being broken, and yet we keep using them.
5. The 5 Things That Separate True Leaders From Managers: The mistake many entrepreneurs make as their companies grow is focusing on how to manage their workers.
Have a great Monday, FOT Nation!
Cara is the Marketing Manager here at Kinetix and resident Renaissance woman. She refers to herself as a writer, but we think that’s limiting. Instead we call her many things: co-strategist, idea machine, brand builder, Kinetixizer, social-media plugger, blogger, and all-around creative specialist. If you wanna schmooze, try talking DIY and fitness, then top it off with a quick kid or pet mention—gets her every time. Tweet her at @caralucas44.