I recently changed this website's domain name from 'Human Performance' to 'The Performatist'. I did that for a couple of reasons. First, the original domain was local to Ireland where I live, it was not global and that means folks may not find the content. Second, the original name was not unique and did not stand out …
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The psychology of work is a subdivision of psychology that we can describe as the scientific study of human beings in the workplace. It concerns our relationship with work, its affects on personal wellbeing, and indeed, its broader social impact. It is the application of psychological principles to …
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Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 4:12 — 7.7MB)Listen with your favourite player RSS | SubscribeOver lockdown, I had been considering formats for some new content on work. Settling on an audio series, the loose plan was to meet up with people from diverse backgrounds and record our conversations around the question; how […]
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The Performatist is the one who makes a dent in the world. Whether that dent is small or large is irrelevant. What is important is that we become an active agent in our own life experience. The new material I’m writing is an exploration and an investigation of that. The term comes from Performatism, the idea proposed by philosopher John L. Austin
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Rather than considering creativity to be something that can be taught, like mathematics or some other process-driven subject, consider creativity as conditional. In other words, the expression of creative ideas relies on individual personal attitudes and environmental conditions
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Modern conveniences abound, and technology is ubiquitous with life. Over the past 150 years, the human race has advanced to the point where we‘re on the brink of widespread automation of societal systems and daily work. Intelligent machines are already here, and soon, some suggest by 2035, artificial intelligence will carry out many of our traditional working roles in a broad spectrum of industries.
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Success often lies on the other side of adversity. Find out if you have the necessary stuff to bounce back from personal challenge & difficulty and stay the pace.