Betrayal: a phenomenon and traditions. In life and business
After some event related to the topic, he drew attention to philosophical and psychological research in this area, and it turned out (yes really ?!): firstly, the phenomenon is quite widespread in life in general and in business in particular (not to be confused with “Kiddies” and trickery are two different things); secondly, traumatic, very painful for the person, leaving the deepest wounds and feelings – both the one who and the one who; thirdly, a rather confusing event, accompanied by sophisticated self-explanations and self-flagellation, and finally, not the most studied phenomenon in psychology and very little coverage for business. Continue reading
While customer understanding has long been the key to a successful management strategy, the special importance of understanding our own employees has become increasingly recognized. Employees can be excellent representatives in the dissemination of company values, and only those organizations that study the prospects of employees on many issues will become responsible corporate members of the company. The book highlights the basic principles behind research among employees.
The starting point of this book is an overview of the reasons for collecting information among employees and the benefits derived from it. Obviously, there are a huge number of reasons for conducting research staff in the organization, so it seems possible to identify only the most common. Since the coverage is incomplete, and some reasons are similar, organizations may use different combinations of them. It is very important to clearly understand why this or that task should be posed at all, and what this will give in the final result. Continue reading
Social laziness in a team or Let’s do my job together
The effect of social laziness (Ringelman effect) is a psychological effect consisting in a fall in individual effectiveness when working together in a group. The total achievements built on the individual efforts of the participants, as a rule, exceed those in which the participants act together. The larger the team, the more social laziness manifests itself.
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