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Why isn’t sports carnival leave a thing?

But just adding extra entitlements to employees isn’t necessarily the answer. It’s not about employees getting more. But rather, that what’s already there is looked at through a more flexible lens. That there is give and take both ways. That flexibility given by the employer is acknowledged and reciprocated by employees.

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The team member who doesn’t pull their weight

Who does what, and how much is often a source of malcontent in teams. Being aware of this bias is a helpful first step. Researchers suggest that a first step to dealing with this conflict is to estimate the other person’s contribution BEFORE comparing it to your own or the rest of the team’s.

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Turning a technical expert into a leader – part 3

Let’s be clear that it is not impossible to thrive in an environment that is less than optimal in terms of culture. BUT, and this is a big BUT; it’s so so much harder to have to swim against the grain of the organisation, its culture and all that it encourages and supports.

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