A Face to Face with Thrive – Part 2
This week's blog picks up our previous topic of human conversation - how it started, what caused various changes and accelerations, how we converse now, and both the opportunities and problems that modern day communication methods present. Enjoy, and thanks for reading.
Bringing the Thrive Mission to Life
The average person has, on average, 80.3 years on this earth. In that time, one can choose many paths, and the path chosen can leave a lasting impact on the world. The biggest piece of this, however, is if that impact will be a positive one or not.
Digital Journaling with Thrive
Regularly keeping a journal has been connected to countless benefits, including enhanced moods, a clearer sense of well-being, and improved memory, among other mental and emotional benefits. However, remembering and then finding the time to journal isn’t always easy. Thrive is being used to help people remember to journal, while providing a convenient way to write, review previous entries, and gain an understanding of how they are changing in their thinking and behaviors over time. In this blog we’ll discuss journaling, in general, how Thrive can facilitate it, and we’ll give you an example of how a client is starting to use Thrive as a Digital Journal for their organization.
A Face to Face with Thrive – Part 1
In this Thrive-Blog series we'll explore the area of Cognitive Biases and how they have been impacting the quality of human decision making for as long as we've been around. As we learn more about these biases and the methods used to cope with and mitigate them, can we start to make better, more productive decisions in the future?
Julia Poepping from RedChairPGH wants to know exactly why Pittsburgh ranks 46th out of 53 top markets for women in tech. For help, she’s partnered with us at Thrive to…
The Act vs. the Art of Listening
Are leaders really listening to what employees are saying? The endless surveys would indicate they want to know what is on the minds of workers, but is this feedback actually impacting or improving the job beyond an increased demand for more 'positive surveys’ ?
Business Coaching – It’s Not Just for Executives Anymore
Thrive can help companies extend coaching beyond the executive suite, giving each and every employee the opportunity for continuous professional development.