Managerial mistakes you’re wired to make…and how to avoid them (#1 circumventing the confirmation bias)

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By “wired” I mean all of us, humans, are subject to a fascinating set of cognitive biases – systematic errors in thinking that affect the decisions and judgments that people make. Generally they’re related to either  memory (simply put, we “create” inaccurate memories which further bias thinking & decision-making), attention (we are selective about what we pay […]

What’s love got to do with team performance?

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Hint: it lies at the bottom of Lencioni’s pyramid…and it’s called TRUST. A sneak peek into Plutcnik’s Wheel of Emotions shows trust as one of the fundamental 8 human emotions. So much for “the rational” beings we’re supposed to be… The working definition on trust: the positive emotion that makes people confidently rely on the integrity or ability […]