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What Science Tells Us About Leadership Potential

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Job Insecurity Discourages Authenticity and Innovation Among Employees

Employees who feel their jobs are threatened may create “facades of conformity” to feel accepted in their workplaces. However, an inauthentic self-image can affect one’s attachment to the organisation, and can also impact one’s motivation to be creative and think differently from the rest. To avoid this, companies can try to welcome dissent, which will reassure employees that it is not necessary to suppress personal values to achieve job security.


Talent Matters Even More than People Think

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The Secret To Successful Teams: CONFLICT

Based on our experience, high performing teams' personality can be different but motivations and values typically are similar or at least one in common.


The Psychology Behind the Creepy Clown Phenomenon

My hope is this crazy fad doesn't come to Asia. If it does, collectively we must take action.
Very few children actually like clowns. Yet, we have them in children's parties and programmes. Worst of all, running around hospital wards assuming will make the kids get well sooner!
In a number of surveys, clowns are rated top on creepiness list. It feels creepy when we see ambiguities, unknown and uncertainties; clowns hiding their identities and feelings behind the make up and wig and most of than not ranging from being mischievous to a prankster.
I like the advice of the author....
If you see a clown at the edge of the woods on, say, South Ohioville Road, please remember that he or she is probably a person just like you: One with feelings. So my suggestion run the other way, and don’t look back! Clowns are deindividuated and creepy!

Wan Leng