What does it mean to thrive at work?
The best workforces have satisfied, productive employees. But sustaining great performance, according to professors Gretchen Spreitzer and Christine Porath, really boils down to the concept of thriving, where an individual is truly engaged in shaping their future and the company's.
The January / February issue of the Harvard Business Review details the research Spreitzer (University of Michigan) and Porath (Georgetown) conducted in partnership with The Ross School of Business's Center for Positive Organizational Scholarship over the past seven years.
How does thriving happen? It's a concept based on two components working in tandem . . . (read full post on our dh@work site)
Yin Minjin photo courtesy of hbr.org