Get an introduction to the ability-based assessment of Emotional Intelligence, the MSCEIT, with business psychologist Billy Byrne.
“Do not look where you fell, but where you slipped” – Proverb
“We are being sold unhappiness, because unhappiness is where the money is”
– Matt Haig, Notes on a Nervous Planet
Billy Byrne’s recent article published in the Business Post discusses how monetary rewards are not always the best way to recognise good employees. Read it below.
“For every complex problem, there is an answer that is clear, simple and wrong”
– H.L. Mencken
We live in an age when, despite the increased level of complexity, there is little appetite for complex thinking and an overwhelming appetite for simple solutions. As Daniel Kahneman pondered in his marvellous book “Thinking Fast and Slow”, we are creatures that are designed to jump to conclusions. When faced with a complex question, we happily substitute a simpler question in its place.