This article first appeared on Nasdaq. In my travels I notice how many employees – across myriad organizations – are growing noticeably more frustrated with their leaders. They also express frustration with the leaders who advise them. People I meet on the speaking circuit tell me they worry about being led by leaders without vision, […]
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About Hugh Massie
Hugh Massie - President and Founder of DNA Behavior International
Hugh Massie is a Behavioral Finance Strategist helping people and organizations worldwide "behavioralize money". His purpose is to guide people to be Behaviorally SMART for achieving greater financial empowerment so they can live with meaning and unlock their human potential.
Hugh liberates investors, advisors and organizational leaders with a unique blend of financial personality and economic insights to make improved life, financial and business decisions.In particular, he helps people become more self-aware so they do not make emotional decisions under pressure which sabotage their relationships and long-term horizon goals.
Hugh has over 60,000 hours of experience serving millions of investors with assets of $1 to $1 billion+ and the leaders of more than 2,500 businesses in 123 countries. (www.BehaviorallySmart.com)
Entries by Hugh Massie
In crisis the tendency is for all of us to react emotionally and follow the herd. With headlines screaming a global economic downfall due to a flu pandemic, remember you are genetically hardwired to react in certain ways. If you find yourself responding outside your inherent behavior because your reaction is to the coronavirus not the market turbulence, STOP […]
This article first appeared on HR Management App. As the founder of a Human Performance Acceleration firm, I’ve come to understand the importance of diversity, not just on boards and in leadership, but in my own business. Through broadening the composition of the leadership team, I’ve found that such diversity increases the richness of discussion and expands perspectives […]
Its that time of year again: Christmas shopping, holiday plans and New Year’s resolutions. We tend to get the first two right, but according to University of Scranton research, just 8 percent of people achieve their New Year’s resolution, which well refer to simply as goals, because that’s what these resolutions are. Set goals, understand behavioral style Setting goals […]
Navigating differences is a key problem to be solved as it is a strength when you can do it and a liability when you cannot. That’s at the core of our behavioral insights work over the years, whether looking at the individual, team, organization, family or other scenario, like business-customer, hiring manager-employee or financial advisor-client. […]
My home country of Australia does not have a Thanksgiving celebration like America and Canada do. Since living in America over the last 15 years and now becoming a citizen I have enjoyed including this reflective holiday in my life. As we head toward Thanksgiving, one of the many things I am grateful for is […]