What Your Employees Are Reading

Liz Presson • 10 November 2014

Business leaders, do you ever wonder what content inspires your employees? Do you want to know how the game-changing employees you wish you had are spending their time? This series solves the mystery. Here’s your window into the mind (and web history) of a new-age worker.


Are You a Workaholic or an Outlier?
By Colin Shaw

Your workers are learning that they can be excellent without spending every minute of every day at work. In fact, many sources tout that performance increases with time spent away from the desk. And, if your employees are spending most of their time working, it’s likely that their aim is to become a specific type of workaholic: an engaged workaholic or, better yet, an outlier.

Read the Full Post Here


Trending this Week: Why Productive People Get Up Insanely Early 
By Paul DeJoe

Brighter eyes in the morning? Less cups of coffee to “turn on the lights?” Don’t be surprised if your employees have been up for a while by the time they come into work in the morning, this article “Why Productive People Get Up Insanely Early” has been trending on Fast Company for weeks.

Read the Full Post Here


Core Desired Moments
By Melissa Joy Kong

In this video, Melissa Joy Kong, CEO of Technori comes to the realization that although she loves her work, her core desires relate to family experiences. Melissa, like many others, read The Fire Starter Sessions by Danielle LaPorte. Melissa represents what so many of the world’s most valuable and savvy workers are doing– taking a step back to decide what’s important. This is how your employees might be deciding, “where do I go from here?”

Share this article:

As seen in: