Margaret Heffernan – Forget the Pecking Order at Work

By Applied Change

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This is a must see for any of you who are looking to improve culture in the workplace or even when looking for your next career move. Simple in its essence yet the messages are powerful. Many of us are encouraged from a very young age to try to be the best, to win at all cost and all too often at the expense of those around us. It’s easy to forget that true long term success is always a team game and, when we get it right, it’s so much more fun too!

 

See if you can identify any “super chickens” in your workplace.

 

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