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A Fantastic Starbucks Customer Experience Story | Spin Sucks

A Fantastic Starbucks Customer Experience Story | Spin Sucks | Behavioural Economics | Scoop.it
There once was a Starbucks barista who created a series of microinteractions to develop seriously loyal customers. Read on to find out how. (ENGAGEMENT! YES! THIS! MORE OF THIS!
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Flow, the secret to happiness

Flow, the secret to happiness | Behavioural Economics | Scoop.it
Mihaly Czikszentmihalyi asks, "What makes a life worth living?" Noting that money cannot make us happy, he looks to those who find pleasure and lasting satisfaction in activities that bring about a state of "flow." (“Time disappears.
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5 Workplace Communication Tips

5 Workplace Communication Tips | Behavioural Economics | Scoop.it
Help increase employee engagement with these communication tips! (When communication is low between employees & management, it can reduce productivity and employee engagement.
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Younger Drivers' Emotions Affect Decision-Making, Disrupt Rational Thinking - Medical Daily

Younger Drivers' Emotions Affect Decision-Making, Disrupt Rational Thinking - Medical Daily | Behavioural Economics | Scoop.it
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Younger Drivers' Emotions Affect Decision-Making, Disrupt Rational Thinking
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As shown through brain scanning technology, the biological mechanism controlling human decision-making lies within the brain's frontal lobe.
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A Close Look at What CEOs Really Think About Employee Engagement

A Close Look at What CEOs Really Think About Employee Engagement | Behavioural Economics | Scoop.it
Have you ever wondered what your CEO really thinks about employee engagement? Many of us have, and new research from the UK's Ashridge Business School provides some answers.
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The Priceless Power Of Socially Empowered Employees

The Priceless Power Of Socially Empowered Employees | Behavioural Economics | Scoop.it
Don’t miss out on one of the biggest opportunities to you’re your company: facilitating and spurring apt employees social sharing with key stakeholders.
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Employee Engagement: A Basic Competency Managers Must Master

Learn why employee engagement is a basic management competency (Employee Engagement: Basic Competency Every Manager Must Master.
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5 Elements of an Engaged Culture & Integrated Human Resource Strategy

5 Elements of an Engaged Culture & Integrated Human Resource Strategy | Behavioural Economics | Scoop.it
The Importance of People, and the necessary elements to create an engaged culture at work and an Integrated Human Resource Strategy. (RT @DedeMulligan: Great post about employee engagement!
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Pressure of Staying at the Top - The Sport In Mind – Sport Psychology

Pressure of Staying at the Top - The Sport In Mind – Sport Psychology | Behavioural Economics | Scoop.it
RT @TheSportInMind: Today's NEW Sport Psychology article is on The Pressure of Elite Sport

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7 Innovation Myths That Kill Performance - Forbes

7 Innovation Myths That Kill Performance - Forbes | Behavioural Economics | Scoop.it
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7 Innovation Myths That Kill Performance. comments, called-out. Comment Now. Follow Comments Following Comments Unfollow Comments. Comment Now. Follow Comments Following Comments Unfollow Comments.
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The Buffer blog: 8 things you don't know are affecting our choices every day: The science of decision making

Making decisions is something we do every day, so I wanted to find out more about how this process works and what affects the choices we make.
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A good overview on what affects our decision making processes.

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Psychology_Behind_Type.jpg (850x1224 pixels) | Behavioural Economics | Scoop.it
psychology behind font choices. i fall under modern. http://t.co/m68nvSs9E9
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How Salesforce And Deloitte Tackle Employee Engagement With Gamification

How Salesforce And Deloitte Tackle Employee Engagement With Gamification | Behavioural Economics | Scoop.it
With less than 30 percent of workers today committed to and satisfied with their work, leaders need to find ways to change their employees’ attitudes and habits. Gamification can help.
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Behavioural Economics: The 4 brain secrets to influencing customers - Call Centre

Behavioural Economics: The 4 brain secrets to influencing customers - Call Centre | Behavioural Economics | Scoop.it
Behavioural Economics: The 4 brain secrets to influencing customers http://t.co/wQaa3X8NdU
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Communicating Your Company Values Pays in Employee Engagement - Business 2 Community

Communicating Your Company Values Pays in Employee Engagement - Business 2 Community | Behavioural Economics | Scoop.it
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Communicating Your Company Values Pays in Employee Engagement
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One way this imbalance can change is by examining your internal communications, where clear guidance on company values drives employee engagement.
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Pay for Performance? It Depends on the Measuring Stick - New York Times

Pay for Performance? It Depends on the Measuring Stick - New York Times | Behavioural Economics | Scoop.it
Pay for Performance? It Depends on the Measuring Stick New York Times Check out any proxy filing for these arguments, which usually center on how closely and carefully the executives' incentive compensation is tied to the performance of company...
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Can behavioral economics help you pay less in any negotiation? (This trick ... - Bob Sullivan.net

Can behavioral economics help you pay less in any negotiation? (This trick ... - Bob Sullivan.net | Behavioural Economics | Scoop.it
Can behavioral economics help you pay less in any negotiation? (This trick ...
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A Close Look at What CEOs Really Think About Employee Engagement

A Close Look at What CEOs Really Think About Employee Engagement | Behavioural Economics | Scoop.it
Have you ever wondered what your CEO really thinks about employee engagement? Many of us have, and new research from the UK's Ashridge Business School provides some answers.
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The Importance of Self Belief | Rugby Success

The Importance of Self Belief | Rugby Success | Behavioural Economics | Scoop.it
The Importance of self belief for a player cannot be over played when it come to performance. However it's one area of a player's game that constantly under threat. Read on to find out how...
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Employee engagement by teamwork | BusinessWorld Online

Employee engagement by teamwork | BusinessWorld Online | Behavioural Economics | Scoop.it
WE’RE not a Japanese company but I’d like to copy the style of Japanese managers and how they make teamwork an effective tool to achieve corporate objectives and at the same time to make our people happily engaged with us.
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21 Contemporary Employee Engagement Tools and Concepts

21 Contemporary Employee Engagement Tools and Concepts | Behavioural Economics | Scoop.it
I recently wrote a post that was very popular on 19 antiquated employee engagement tools and concepts. It is always easier to attack, criticize, or rip apart than to offer suggestions and useful to...
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The 6 Steps to Building Mental Toughness (or How to Stop Being a Pussy)

The 6 Steps to Building Mental Toughness (or How to Stop Being a Pussy) | Behavioural Economics | Scoop.it
The best way to develop toughness is to realize it’s not an overnight process. Learning to embrace the suck when everything in your body is screaming to slow down is not a quick skill to learn.
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Placing a Time Limit on Decision-Making Yields Higher Quality Choices

Placing a Time Limit on Decision-Making Yields Higher Quality Choices | Behavioural Economics | Scoop.it
Placing a time limit on decision-making yields higher quality choices: http://t.co/5hRBfrROkA
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The Psychology of Kindness in the Workplace | Stanford Graduate School of Business

The Psychology of Kindness in the Workplace | Stanford Graduate School of Business | Behavioural Economics | Scoop.it
The Psychology of Kindness in the Workplace | Stanford Graduate School of Business http://t.co/QXZrrT9nvN
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Baba Shiv: How to Make Better Decisions

Baba Shiv demystifies the brain chemistry that controls our decision making, and explains how you can regulate it to make better decisions. He also uses the ...
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Beginners guide to behavioural economics: one page wonder | Strategic North

Beginners guide to behavioural economics: one page wonder | Strategic North | Behavioural Economics | Scoop.it
RT @harrysharman: Beginners guide to behavioural economics: one page wonder | Strategic North http://t.co/boRZljD4D0 #blog
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