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So do people in unsafe teams

Patients who feel unable to assert themselves in the presence of clinicians mirror the behaviour of adult kidnapped hostages, a research team has suggested.

https://www.nursingreview.com.au/…/patients-act-like-hosta…/

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People don’t resist change, they resist bullshit https://petervan.wordpress.com/…/people-dont-resist-change…/ via @petervan

There were some interesting posts the last couple of weeks; all indicating that there is something fundamentally wrong with how organisations measure people’s performance. Petervan artwork – …
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Any workplace that thinks 'fake humping' is acceptable behaviour is seriously misguided - leadership fail

Two weeks ago, production company December Media hired a workplace consultant, Fiona Bigelli, to investigate claims of sexual misconduct on the set of the top-rating TV show.

The producers of the Doctor Blake Mysteries clear the actor of claims he sexually harassed his co-workers, but admit the show's workplace culture is bawdy and crude and may have offended some cast and crew members.
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Self knowledge and humility -key to leadership -so rare so simple

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Bernard Vash

This is an important and uplifting story 1. A tenacious hardworking humble clever +++woman with a wonderful message & 2. She chose Australia to continue her career due to the unique culture available for her to flourish
We need more of this

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Women's Agenda

Absolutely! Named Australian of the Year tonight, Professor Michelle Simmons is said to be at the forefront of the 'space race' of the computing era.
She's one... of the world's top scientists, and she hopes to get one key message out there regarding what women can achieve: defy those expectations.
Follow link to our story: https://womensagenda.com.au/…/physicist-named-australian-y…/

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Given the torrent of misogyny they both faced is it fanciful to believe there is enough willingness to change these perceptions? I live in hope.

Research shows that the more successful a man is, the more he is liked. Not for women though.
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Be the master of your devices-not the servant

Millennials receive an average of 109 text messages per day. Since cell phone alerts create a chemical response in the brain, millennials have to be intentional about their phone usage at work to avoid killing their productivity.
forbes.com

So true

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This is the most practical advice we've heard for changing the world.

One of the best aspects of undertaking a self knowledge tool or self reflection is increased understanding of where you are in the extroversion/ introversion spectrum - I am a proud hybrid- smack in the middle

A new career awaits.

Introverts can make the most of their preference for solitude with jobs that emphasise independent work and less social environments.
thecusp.com.au

So sensible - make sure you check this list off - particularly making time for yourself - rather than wait til the dog has died and the kids have left home 💪🏻

Stop deducting childcare & other domestic costs from YOUR salary alone, if you're in a dual-career household.
Demand time to be physically active. This is time... for 'your health' NOT 'yourself'.
And please, stop feeling lucky for having a part time job. Your employer is very lucky to have you.

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It's time for a revolt. Everyone's getting more from you than you can give.
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Vanity Fair

On Martin Luther King, Jr.'s birthday—an important message for today and every day.

The arrogant are cock sure while the intelligent are full of self doubt

Interesting

Among the insights:
-- Taking care of others might be good for your own resilience;
-- Kindness at work seems to be contagious;
-- Students of all ethnicities could benefit from diverse classrooms.

Our team names the most provocative and influential findings published during this past year.
greatergood.berkeley.edu

Wonderful

Those of you who were at this year's GOK event at Docklands will remember Michelle Phillips' wonderful closing poem. Here it is.

What Matters? in life, in health in death, in wealth? the breadth of our experiences is tremendous and we do well to remember this answer will be different for
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Explains a lot

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"In many cases there might have only been one perpetrator of assault but there were almost always many more enablers who conspired to protect the powerful. Who compounded the punishment for being harassed."
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