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Alexander Kjerulf
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Author, speaker, expert on happiness at work
Author, speaker, expert on happiness at work

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How should you deal with a bad boss? Here’s some EXCELLENT research-based advice from Stanford Professor Bob Sutton (51 mins into the video):. Related posts Bad bosses – why they’re bad and what to do about them Why every workplace should train employees…

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Michal Srajer, one of our Partners in Prague, is currently travelling the world and interviewing many different people for his podcast about happiness at work. His first interview was with me and you can hear it here. His second podcast features Søren…

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Complete this sentence: “When it rains, the price of umbrellas goes __.” If you guessed up you’d be right in most places. But at IKEA stores, you’d be wrong. Here’s how they price their umbrellas depending on the weather: Yes, on rainy days, umbrellas are…

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The economist Milton Friedman famously once said that “The business of business is business.” We respectfully disagree. Here’s why.

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On November 18+19 we are arranging the first ever conference about happiness at work in India. We have just announced the schedule with an amazing lineup of speakers and workshops, including critical themes like: Finding and using your strengths at work…

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A loooong while back we shared the idea of playing a game in the office, where you challenge coworkers to come up with ideas that combine two existing themes. You may even offer a small prize for the funniest or most creatives replies. Here are two…

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My learning position Coursera is an AMAZING site that lets you take hundreds of university-level classes taught by highly respected people from different fields. It’s also my latest addiction. Seriously – I may have a problem. Yesterday I finished one…

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This is just too cool: Every month, financial-services company Motley Fool selects a random employee who gets 2 weeks off and $1,000. Their mission is to spend those two weeks on whatever they want with zero contact with the office. They do this to show…

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