Tag: power

Re-humanising Interactions

The way in which you listen and respond to others shows an early fundamental choice that you once made and have continued to act upon. The choice is reflected in whether people to leave encounters with you feeling enriched, as if they have gained more substance and value, or diminished by the encounter, robbed of […]

The Best Kept Secret about Organisational Culture

The quality and coherence of organisational culture is the prime asset that makes or the liability that breaks an organisation. The content and quality people’s relationships with each other, the coherence of people’s relationships with their roles, the organisational objectives and with the organisation itself, defines the organisational culture. Culture is difficult to define or […]

Heads you lose, tails your opponent wins

In the days of inquisitions, accused persons were tortured in order to establish whether or not they were innocent or acting in service of the devil.  Torture might have been for example being caged and dipped into a frozen river. If the ordeal killed you, then you were declared innocent and therefore vindicated, albeit posthumously. […]

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