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Sleeping withYour Smartphone featured on FastCompany.com
Why do we keep responding to the beep and buzz of our phones Because we're addicted to success explains Harvard Business School prof Leslie Perlow.
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june 2013 by hbrinthenews
Sleeping with Your Smartphone and "Sleep-Deprived People Are More Likely to Cheat"mentioned on FastCompany.com
How much sleep does a person need in order to be more ethical At least 6 hours new research suggests. Here's what that means for you and your staff.
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june 2013 by hbrinthenews
Sleeping with Your Smartphone on Huffington Post
At last week's Corporate Sleep Health Summit, some of the country's top sleep researchers and corporate leaders came together to discuss the latest research on the damaging impacts of sleep deprivation on American workers and corporate bottom-line objectives.
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may 2013 by hbrinthenews
Sleeping with Your Smartphone featured on the Huffington Post
In terms of balancing my time, I'm very clear on my priorities. I give to my family first, my students second, and my colleagues third. When I have free time left over, I try to help people who don't fit in one of those three categories.
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april 2013 by hbrinthenews
Sleeping with your Smartphone and HBR featured on NYTimes.com
Adam Grant, the organizational psychologist who studies the ways that being altruistic can lead to success in a career, responds to readers’ workplace dilemmas.
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april 2013 by hbrinthenews
Sleeping With Your Smartphone mentioned in an article on Sheryl Sandberg’s ‘Lean In’ by NYTimes.com
In “Lean In,” Sheryl Sandberg, the chief operating officer of Facebook, encourages women to make their voices heard at the workplace.
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march 2013 by hbrinthenews
Sleeping with Your Smartphone featured on the Huffington Post
It's a safe bet that nobody has ever quit a job because the boss stopped providing free Gatorade. But as Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is quickly learning, there are some benefits -- like flex time and the ability to work from home -- that are just a little harder to mess with.
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march 2013 by hbrinthenews
Sleeping with Your Smartphone featured in The Washington Post
More and more women are reaching positions of power that make signing off for three months more challenging.
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february 2013 by hbrinthenews
Sleeping withYour Smartphone and "Overcome Your Work Addiction" featured on FastCompany.com
"More and more of us find ourselves unable to juggle overwhelming demands and maintain a seemingly unsustainable pace," Tony Schwartz recently wrote in The New York Times. "Paradoxically, the best way to get more done may be to spend more time doing less."The Energy Project CEO cited a range of research regarding how "strategic renewal"--think daytime workouts and naps plus increased sleep, vacation, and time away from office--boosts health, productivity, and performance.Tony SchwartzSchwartz's stance touched a (clearly overworked) nerve.
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february 2013 by hbrinthenews

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