Category Archives: People at work

Dialogue Duels

A participant at a workshop this week (let’s call him Person A) showed exasperation describing an important client (Person B) – someone he has known for many years, who appears to value his advice, yet frequently charges off in the … Continue reading

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Presenteeism, Absenteeism and Disengagement

Today, the head of the United States Institute of Health and Productivity told TV ONE’s Breakfast programme how the issue of presenteeism adversely affects business performance. Sean Sullivan defined presenteeism as “employees whose ability to work is compromised by a … Continue reading

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Business success in New Zealand

For a business to be successful, it needs “all hands on deck.” How would the All Whites go if players kept “taking smoko” – literally or just mentally? In business, there is a virtual scoreboard – our actual results are … Continue reading

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