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March 23, 2023
Getting back to basics in The Great Workplace Conversation
by Mark Eltringham • Comment, Flexible working, Technology, Wellbeing
There’s nowhere near enough talk about our base instincts in the Great Workplace Conversation. Objectively speaking, we remain relatively highly evolved, communal and intelligent primates. And so we are driven by things we like to admit to – love, empathy and the Golden Rule. But also things we don’t care to admit to in quite the same way – status, jealousy and self-interest. More →