Is our obsession (particularly in the U.S.) with being special and unique bringing a dark side to our workplaces? Do people with issues and ideosyncracies make good leaders or bad ones? Are we all worrying about the wrong stuff?
Organizational psychologist and behavioral finance consultant Doctor Daniel Crosby tackles these and many other interesting examples in his TED video You're Not That Great! A Motivational Speech.
What lessons can those of us in HR - and particularly in the rewards field - draw from Dr. Crosby's talk?