We NEED to break Americas addiction to layoffs!
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by Alexander
2M ago
US companies LOVE layoffs – which is a shame because they hurt not only employees but also the company’s results – according to the research. See why layoffs are so bad and how to avoid them – because they’re not inevitable ..read more
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Americans die younger, so US companies make billions
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by Alexander
2M ago
Sometimes you put on your tinfoil hat… and turn out to be right. Something so insane came along today that I just had to drop everything else and make this video. I give a little glimpse of how bad the US pension system is because it directly incentivizes companies when their employees die younger. I contrast and compare with the Danish pension system. You can also watch my original video about the cult of overwork ..read more
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Does Musks twitter chaos hide a shady secret?
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by Alexander
2M ago
Musk first 3 weeks at twitter have been characterized by chaos and cruelty all around. But why? What purpose does the senseless abuse serve? In this video I argue that the only way it makes sense, is if Musk is trying to turn twitter into a compliant organization that will go along with anything Musk orders, no matter how shady or illegal ..read more
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1 Week Into Musks Twitter Layoffs, It’s Even Worse Than I Thought
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by Alexander
3M ago
It’s been a week since Elon Musk’s MASSIVE layoffs at twitter and it is even worse than everyone thought – chaotic, unfair and dehumanizing. In this video I talk about: What went wrong What Musk should have done Whether he can fix it ..read more
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Musk’s twitter layoffs are destined to fail. Here’s why.
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by Alexander
3M ago
Elon Musk has laid off half  of twitter’s employees. It won’t have the results he’s hoping for. Here’s why ..read more
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5 reasons why Danish workers are happier
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by Alexander
11M ago
Danish workers like their jobs better than workers in any other country. Here I cover the 5 main reasons why, including low working hours and arbejdsglæde. SHOW LESS   ..read more
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I’ll be speaking in New Zealand
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by Alexander
11M ago
I’ll be speaking at this awesome event in New Zealand on March 24. Sadly, I don’t get to go there so I’ll be speaking remotely. Olia Essina has invited a great group of New Zealand and international experts in team happiness to share their research, experience, and tools to change the work place happiness level. DATE: 24 of March TIME: 10 am to 2.30 pm NZ time. Sign up right here – IT’S FREE ..read more
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The 5 New Rules Of Productivity
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by Alexander
11M ago
Most workplaces COMPLETELY misunderstand productivity. They’re stuck in an industrial-age mindset that is outdated and actively harmful to employees. In this video I present my suggestion for The 5 New Rules Of Productivity. Let me know what you think ..read more
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How to build a successful startup (and a better country) with happiness
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by Alexander
1y ago
Mush Panjwani is on a mission to serve great coffee AND make his home country of Pakistan better. His company, Coffee Wagera, has 7 cafés around the country and is expanding rapidly but the coolest thing is how Mush does all of this with a focus on culture, happiness and positive impact. Here are just a few of Mush’s pioneering ideas: Inclusive hiring – All ages, all genders. Empowering women – Snacks served in the stores are made and supplied by female home chefs. Reducing waste. Happiness trainings for all employees. There is so much more. Watch this video and learn from a truly inspiring ..read more
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How to help your employees get better results
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by Alexander
1y ago
Some managers think that employees must always be pressured or externally motivated to perform better. That’s just not true. Here are the three factors that help employees to higher performance and be happy at work at the same time ..read more
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