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For many people the concept of addiction involves taking drugs. Therefore it is perhaps unsurprising that most official definitions concentrate on drug ingestion. Despite such definitions, there is now a growing movement which views a number of behaviours as potentially addictive, including many...
Provides six key steps for discovering what motivates your boss. States that there are many possible motivators, and provides examples. Suggests things to watch out for. Highlights the importance of age, and stresses that motivators change continuously.
Suggests a selective approach to leadership development in organizations, focusing on employees identified as having high potential or those on the development “fast‐track”. Identifies (from research) key psychological characteristics of fast‐track staff, and discusses the match between those...
Views the closure of a hospital in an unusual manner. Questions the role of health workers as “care in the community” comes to the fore. Raises questions about psychiatric hospitals, people with mental health problems and mental health workers.
Quality circles, project teams, autonomous work groups, and self‐managed teams are very much a part of organizational life in today’s competitive and constantly changing work environment. Considers the issues in developing groups as a focus for learning for individuals and the organization as a...
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