Such a popular expression now is “emotional burnout” … What should happen to a person so that he becomes insensitive to others, immune to grief, to feelings, hard-hearted and rather rigid in his statements, not caring how much they can injure others.
But in essence this is a wound of the person himself, the so-called “fee for sympathy”: the more open you are to the world, the greater the likelihood that people will certainly use this soulfulness for their own purposes, without taking into account the finiteness of this resource. Continue reading
The world is changing. Absolutely new industries come into the first place, which no one knew about for several decades. This fundamentally changes the economy, when not only new spheres are created, but the role of man, both as the creator of this economy and as a consumer of its products, changes.
Computers have brought a new understanding of information into our world. However, when an excess of information has arisen today, which essentially impedes its advancement to the consumer, an emphasis has been placed on the concept of attention, since information processes are impossible without attention. Continue reading
Publications on the need to measure the level of staff involvement, with a description of assessment methods and methods, etc. there are a lot of online.
I’ll write about involvement from a transdisciplinary approach. Let me remind you that “transdisciplinarity” is used as the “principle of the organization of scientific knowledge”, which opens up wide possibilities for the interaction of many disciplines in solving complex problems of nature and society. It should be noted that transdisciplinarity allows you to officially go beyond the scope of your discipline without fear of being accused of amateurism. Perhaps my conclusions and remarks will complement for someone an understanding of the employee’s behavioral patterns, and for some it will help to change some opinions or beliefs. Continue reading