Category: Psychology

Why zebras don’t get ulcers…

Why zebras don’t get ulcers…

If I'm honest, I'm making a massive assumption here, so if a vet or other qualified animal healthcare professional reads this and wants to set me straight, please do. Zebras may be massively prone to ulcers, but I seriously doubt they get them for the same reasons...

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Finding Opportunity in Uncertainty

Finding Opportunity in Uncertainty

Given everything happening in the world today, finding opportunity in uncertainty has never been more important. Our economies rely heavily on our ability to predict the future. Organisations by their very nature aim to impose order on the complexity of the world to...

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Contribution, goals and lining things up

Contribution, goals and lining things up

Over 90% of all the world’s data was created in the last three years. Only two months ago, Apple’s market capitalisation surpassed the $2tn mark, just two years after it became the world’s first trillion-dollar company. These two distinctions, like so many others...

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Team building across the miles

Team building across the miles

The phrase team building has a warm, inclusive feel about it. It conjures up images of victorious World Cup winners or athletes celebrating a record haul of gold medals at the Olympics. The archetypal pictures of hijinks in the locker room and sports stars carrying...

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Difficult conversations: the good news (Part One)

Difficult conversations: the good news (Part One)

As far as difficult conversations go, workplace-related ones appear to be in a league of their own. Research by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI), for example, revealed that British workers find it harder to ask a manager for a pay rise than to dump a partner....

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