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Better Self-Control May Pay Off for Older Workers

Older workers may have an advantage over their younger colleagues when it comes to managing their motivation to meet goals, a new study shows. ... More>


Can Electronic Monitoring Improve Employee Performance?

New technology is allowing employers to keep tabs on workers like never before, and a new study finds that electronic observation may actually improve performance on the job. ... More>


The Upside of Rivalry: Higher Motivation, Better Performance

We’ve all seen epic rivalries push athletes to higher levels of achievement, but new research shows that rivalry may have broad implications for improving motivation and performance. ... More>


Innovative Assessment of Collaboration 2014

Double tree Hilton Hotel Crystal City, Arlington VA Monday, Nov. 3 – Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2014 I) Evaluation of Team Performance in Organizations – This panel will discuss methods and […]... More>


Everyone Wins When Employees Have More Control at Work

A new study finds that employees who are able to negotiate with their managers for more control over their jobs benefit by being more motivated and excited about work. ... More>