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Opinion: 2020 Democrat presidential candidates have bad sleeping habits | Business Insider
Recent New York Times interviews with the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates revealed that few of them sleep the recommended amount, write Christopher Barnes, associate professor of business at the UW, and Cathy Goldstein of the University of Michigan.
Barnes.Christopher  !UWitM  2019  natl  Business.Insider  Foster.School.Business  opinion.analysis 
july 2019 by uwnews
From night terrors to insomnia: how to improve sleep issues | London Evening Standard
Whether it’s eating well, working out, or using Headspace on the Tube, most of us have built a few hacks into our daily routine to protect ourselves from stress. Christopher Barnes, an associate professor of business at the UW, is quoted.
Barnes.Christopher  !UWitM  2019  natl  Evening.Standard  Foster.School.Business 
january 2019 by uwnews
New office hours aim for well rested, more productive workers | The New York Times
In recent years, American educators have been paying increased attention to their students’ sleep needs, with growing debate about delaying school start times. Now a number of businesses are following suit, encouraging their employees to work when their bodies are most awake. A study by Christopher Barnes, professor of business at the UW, is referenced.
Barnes.Christopher  !UWitM  2018  Foster.School.Business  natl  New.York.Times 
december 2018 by uwnews
Why sleep deprivation is worse for you — and your business — than you think | Inc
Sleep deprivation has a deleterious effect on almost every aspect of leadership, from charisma and management to decision-making and ethics, according to Christopher Barnes, a professor of business at the UW, is quoted.
Barnes.Christopher  Inc  !UWitM  2018  Foster.School.Business  natl 
september 2018 by uwnews
Love it or hate it, clocks ‘spring forward’ Sunday, March 11 | Q13 FOX News
Daylight saving time is Sunday, and losing sleep after clocks “spring forward” an hour could be more than just an annoyance. This small time shift can significantly raise the risk of health-related issues. Christopher Barnes, an associate professor of management at the UW, is quoted.
Barnes.Christopher  !UWitM  2018  regl  Q13  Daylight.Saving.Time  Foster.School.Business 
march 2018 by uwnews
Beat 'sleepy Monday' blues when the clocks change this weekend | Business Insider
At 1 a.m. on Sunday, 27 March, clocks sprung forward one hour in the UK for British Summer Time. As a result, many people are likely to feel less productive, more irritable and sluggish, according to UW professor of business Christopher Barnes.
Barnes.Christopher  !UWitM  2017  Business.Insider 
march 2017 by uwnews
Thanks to Daylight Saving Time, nobody’s getting anything done at work today | Science of Us
Researchers have a name for the first day back at work after we skip time forward by an hour: Sleepy Monday, a term originally coined by Christopher Barnes, a business professor at the UW who studies organizational behavior.
New.York.Mag  !UWitM  2017  Daylight.Saving.Time  Foster.School.Business  Barnes.Christopher 
march 2017 by uwnews
Sleepy Monday, the day after daylight savings time, is making you cranky, lazy, and possibly dangerous | Quartz
Millions of U.S. workers are dragging on “Sleepy Monday,” the first work day after setting clocks ahead an hour yesterday morning (March 12) for Daylight Saving Time. Christopher Barnes, professor of business at the UW, is quoted.
Quartz  !UWitM  2017  Barnes.Christopher  Foster.School.Business  Daylight.Saving.Time 
march 2017 by uwnews
Having sex at home can make you happier at work, a study says | Quartz
Benefits of a healthy sex life extend to work, new research suggests. The UW was involved in the research.
Watkins.Trevor  Barnes.Christopher  !UWitM  2017  Foster.School.Business  Quartz 
march 2017 by uwnews
Postcoital cheer may pump up satisfaction at work | Mental Floss
One pathway to happiness at work may begin in the bedroom. A study published in the Journal of Management found that people were more satisfied and engaged with their jobs on the days after they’d had sex. Christopher Barnes, professor in the UW's Foster School of Business, was involved in the study.
Mental.Floss  !UWitM  Foster.School.Business  Barnes.Christopher 
march 2017 by uwnews
Proof that all people in power should get a good night's sleep | Quartz
A new study suggests lack of sleep makes it harder to regulate negative emotions, and could make managers and bosses more likely to lash out and be overly punitive. Christopher Barnes, professor in the UW's Foster School of Business, is quoted.
Barnes.Christopher  !UWitM  2017  Foster.School.Business  Quartz  politics 
february 2017 by uwnews
Sleep-deprived judges dole out harsher punishments | Harvard Business Review
"Sleep-deprived people are more likely to interpret stimuli in a negative manner. This suggests that people will perceive infractions more negatively when they’re sleep deprived," writes Christopher Barnes, professor in the UW's Foster School of Business.
Harvard.Business.Review  !UWitM  2017  Barnes.Christopher  Foster.School.Business 
february 2017 by uwnews
Americans use extra hour to mess around online | Vocativ
The end of Daylight Saving Time hit this weekend, but that extra hour is not as good for productivity as you might think. Christopher Barnes, associate professor of management at the UW's Foster School of Business, is quoted.
Foster.School.Business  Barnes.Christopher  !UWitM  2016  Daylight.Saving.Time  Vocativ 
november 2016 by uwnews
Which states want to drop daylight saving time? | CS Monitor
Hawaii and Arizona, along with three US territories, already don't observe daylight saving time. More than a dozen others have considered ditching it. Christopher Barnes, associate professor of management at the UW's Foster School of Business, is quoted.
Barnes.Christopher  !UWitM  Foster.School.Business  2016  csmonitor 
november 2016 by uwnews
Bosses more impressed by arriving early than staying late, research finds | The Oregonian
The boss is probably more impressed if you arrive at work early than if you stay late, according to researchers at the UW. They studied the effect employee's chosen start times had on evaluations from supervisors. The researchers found early birds got higher marks than night owls.
The.Oregonian  !UWitM  2016  Foster.School.Business  Barnes.Christopher 
september 2016 by uwnews
Sleep deprivation makes you a worse leader, study confirms | Inc
To test how lack of sleep affects key leadership skills like persuasion and charm, a team of researchers led by UW professor Christopher Barnes asked 88 business school students to prepare a commencement speech designed to inspire listeners.
Barnes.Christopher  !UWitM  2016  Foster.School.Business  Inc 
july 2016 by uwnews
Aetna pays its employees to sleep - Business Insider
In the growing trend of workplace wellness programs, Aetna’s got a unique perk: paying people to get enough sleep. Christopher Barnes, associate professor in the Foster School of Business at the UW, is quoted.
Barnes.Christopher  Business.Insider  !UWitM  2016  health  Foster.School.Business 
april 2016 by uwnews
The social and behavioral costs of sleeplessness to the workplace | The Huffington Post
One consequence of the constant drawing away from sleep to meet the needs of daily life is the undercutting of social skills and relationships. Christopher Barnes, associate professor of management at the UW's Foster School of Business, is quoted.
Huffington.Post  Barnes.Christopher  Foster.School.Business  sleep  !UWitM  2016 
march 2016 by uwnews
How daylight saving time affects your productivity | Fortune
Turning clocks back is supposed to save energy and improve efficiency. Here’s the reality. Christopher Barnes, associate professor of management at the UW, is quoted.
Barnes.Christopher  Foster.School.Business  !UWitM  Daylight.Saving.Time  Fortune  2016 
march 2016 by uwnews
Daylight saving time can be bad for your health - CNN.com
A recent study found that the overall rate for stroke was 8 percent higher in the two days after daylight saving time. Christopher Barnes, an associate professor of management at the UW who was not affiliated with the study, is quoted.
Barnes.Christopher  !UWitM  CNN  health  Foster.School.Business  2016  Daylight.Saving.Time 
march 2016 by uwnews

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