In order to combat loneliness, it’s helpful to take a page out of the book from conveners.
Networks matter enormously for your health and happiness, well-being, the likelihood that you’ll get a job, your pay, your performance, creativity, and job satisfaction. But, you don’t need to be obsessed with the size of your network. All of these outcomes are actually associated with the structure and quality of your social relationships. Discover your […]
If you’re resistant to networking, you are not alone. Around two thirds of people feel the same way. Professor Marissa King explores 3 research-backed reasons people feel adverse to networking and offers some small changes you can make to feel more comfortable connecting with other people. Discover your own network type: https://www.assessyournetwork.com/ To learn more […]
While there are challenges to working remotely, for example, that remote workers report more malicious behavior from coworkers, there are strategies to help bring distant coworkers closer together. Check out more videos at: https://www.teamgood.io/videos/ Sources & additional reading Aron, Melinat, Aron, Vallone, Bator. The Experimental Generation of Interpersonal Closeness: A Procedure and Some Preliminary Findings. […]
We’re in the midst of a loneliness epidemic. It’s been estimated that close to 40% of adults feel lonely. And, the consequences of this are significant.
Your existing network is full of untapped value. Is there someone you’ve lost touch with and miss? Reconnecting — with old friends, acquaintances you haven’t seen in years, and colleagues you have lost touch with — is one of the most effective ways to make the most of your network. Research by professors at Rutgers, […]