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Competing agendas from multiple individuals within an organisation can be counter-productive. These often exist as a consequence of the ‘political’ machinations that are progress. Some individuals within a business, whether consciously or unconsciously strive to gain personal power and influence. … Continue reading
The need to belong is part of the basic human condition. As such the individual within a business will strive to gain acceptance by his or her work colleagues and management. Whilst this may be desirable to the individual the … Continue reading
Like the ‘Need to Achieve’ the ‘Fear of Failure’ is a potent motivator of individuals. Wishing to avoid the possibility of failing the individual is likely to attempt the identification of all perceived risks and develop what they hope are … Continue reading
There are obviously many different behavioural motivators that drive or inhibit the work ethic of an individual. Many of these can be leveraged or exploited to drive real benefit in the business world. The Need to achieve: achievement behaviour is … Continue reading
A person who is left-brained is often referred to as being more logical, analytical and objective than their right-brained counterpart who is regarded as being more intuitive, thoughtful and subjective. A question could be asked regarding the attributes that are … Continue reading