Disappointment -- No soul? LO11786

Antony Aitken (tpantonya@cix.compulink.co.uk)
Fri, 10 Jan 97 15:32 GMT0

Replying to LO11738 --

Finally prompted to respond, as a lurker on the Digest:-

How do we persuade senior people to admit that if their family treated
them like they treat their colleagues and subordinates, they might be
forced to leave home?

Do they leave 'family values' at home, believing that the hunter-gatherer
has an open licence on the rest of the world? And are 'Bonus' and 'Share
Option' strictly correlated with 'family value' anyway.

Who is responsible for creating that culture?

Who is responsible for making the first change?

Is it more stressful to decide to make the change - implying that
stress/fear created in others is 'good for performance' and resistance to
making a culture change from the top is OK, 'cos I didn't get here by
bringing my family values to work?

Antony Aitken
Transition Partnerships


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