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Working to Live or Living to Work, Episode 3: The COVID Dam

As job losses piled up early on, many thought that a reopened labour market might alleviate some of the most painful aspects of the shortage. Instead, the crisis actually exacerbated the situation.

The Impact of Covid-19 on Different Generations – Episode 5: The Ambitionists

The world is my oyster! Because I deserve it! Roughly, that could be the motto of this generation. But then came the 2008 Great Recession.

The Impact of Covid-19 on Different Generations – Episode 4: The Diplomats

This generation had all the talent and momentum needed to be the winners of the COVID Crisis, but they were overconfident.

Working to Live or Living to Work, Episode 2: Never Going Back

Taking a look at Ipsos/World Economic Forum data about shifting worker expectations.

Working to Live or Living to Work, Episode 1: Labour Shortages

“Help Wanted” signs hanging in windows of fast-food restaurants is a common sight across the US.

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The Impact of Covid-19 on Different Generations – Episode 3: The Precisionists

After the Great Recession, many people pushed aside this generation, saying they were not proactive enough, that the generational effects they experienced made them inactive, cautious, and measured.

The Impact of Covid-19 on Different Generations – Episode 2: The Authoritarians

The effects they experience are important not only because COVID posed the greatest health threat to them, but also because they are the ones who have a very hard time experiencing the real, radical changes.

The Impact of Covid-19 on Different Generations – Episode 1: Generational Calculations in Strategy

In this series, we’ll look at how different generations are experiencing the aftermath of the past year and a half.

When people are aboard the sunk cost ship

After seeing her failure to progress, I have realised that her intense focus on improving her weaknesses has kept her from improving—and capitalising—on her strengths.

Cancelling “I Feel Like”

While someone can attack the merits of an argument or belief, no one is supposed to be able to invalidate your feelings.

The Mentor & Tokyo

In Tokyo, Mentors & Partners Group supported both individual athletes and teams that achieved historic successes. We spoke with the company’s founder, Miklós Palencsár.

Translated Psychology, Episode 2: Why Intent Matters

Studies on pain that show that intentional harms seem to hurt more than unintentional ones. How does this translate to office politics?

The Business Developer Friend: The transformation of business development as a result of COVID-19 (Episode 6)

From a mental point of view, Tokyo was the greatest challenge for both the athletes and the experts preparing them.

The American Super League Drama, Part 4: The Rich Got Richer, the Poor…

Looking at the landscape of American college football after the move of Texas and Oklahoma, it is looking more and more like the populists were right!

Translated Psychology, Episode 1: Harlow, Comfort, and Monkeys

Why do babies love their mothers? Why do businesspeople follow idols?

The Great Waste

I do not know much about what my brother did while stationed in Afghanistan, but I know why he had to come home.

Another Broken Brain: Cell Phone Addiction

Before COVID, I considered my attachment to my phone one of healthy professional necessity. It became a problem.

The Business Developer Friend: The transformation of business development as a result of COVID-19 (Episode 4)

During COVID, business developers who could select partners in the right way, even in the most difficult times, have been able to remain successful.