Entries Tagged as 'Organizational Culture'

Diversity and Goodwill

July 27th, 2019 · No Comments · Leadership, Organizational Culture

About a week ago American social psychologist and Professor of ethical Leadership at New York University, Jonathan Haidt held two public lectures in Sydney and Melbourne. In Haidt’s most recent book ,The Coddling of the American Mind,published in 2018, he expresses great concerns over the lack of trust between groups with different opinions or world […]

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What do you want?

July 12th, 2019 · No Comments · Liderazgo, Organizational Culture

One of the hardest things in coaching, or indeed in consultancy, is getting people to the stuff that can really make a difference. So often a coachee, or even a senior management team, will beat around the bush with stories about their problems, about other people or about their competition. As a coach you can […]

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Opening up to different views

February 21st, 2018 · No Comments · Organizational Culture

I must admit to being disillusioned with the press today. The difficulty to be financially viable has made the newspapers abandon the rigor they once honoured. So often, what you read is not based on fact, nor reflects a writer who values truth. It seems that few journalists invest the time to check the veracity […]

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