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Letting go of power is not easy. . . but you should give it a try

[fa icon="calendar'] 07-Feb-2018 16:27:15 / by Amanda Fajak posted in Culture change, Team culture, People-First, Managing behaviours, Amanda Fajak, Psychology

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I was only a teenager when I first read the question ‘what would I do if I weren’t afraid’. I was young and uncertain with all the angst of being young and not knowing my place in the world. I was filled naively with a confidence that when I grew up that I would become fearless as I would somehow have all the answers – or at least enough of them to be bold.

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Managing behaviours: How to change the behaviour of your staff

[fa icon="calendar'] 13-Apr-2017 18:03:40 / by Jerome Parisse-Brassens posted in Behaviour, Managing behaviours

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Do you actively manage the behaviour of your employees? Can you say, hand on heart, that you have put things in place in the business to ensure behaviours are under control? Is your Board asking you to? Are you clear on how you can influence the behaviour of others above or below you? If not, this article may provide you with some answers.

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Managing Behaviour: How to create a speak-up culture

[fa icon="calendar'] 08-Feb-2017 17:57:06 / by Amanda Fajak posted in Corporate culture, Managing behaviours, Brands

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In a recent article by FT journalist Robert Armstrong on the Volkswagen scandal, he stated that “we have to assume something went wrong with VW’s culture such that immoral behaviour became acceptable”.

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How to manage culture and emotions in an M&A

[fa icon="calendar'] 17-Nov-2016 17:11:00 / by Jerome Parisse-Brassens posted in Mergers and acquisition, Managing culture, Managing behaviours

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Mergers are a unique situation culturally. Consequently, you you have to manage culture in a different way during a merger or acquisition.

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