The simple answer is performance. Our research has repeatedly shown a concrete link between having a best friend at work and the amount of effort employees expend in their job.
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And what about the fact that a conversation is a two way engagement. If its boring - then both parties have a role to play in that.
It's like a fleeting dream, that at the time felt so very significant; upon waking, you are just left with a whiff of something important that you've missed.
So, what are these things that will improve your leadership and give you a more productive team?
It's the age old issue- the head office gets all the cool perks, whilst the satellite offices feel like they're left with the remnants (if they receive anything at all).
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I can’t tell you the number of instances of sexual harassment I have heard about over the years. And it’s always accompanied by so many emotions from the person who