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Why uncertainty kills us

Why uncertainty kills us

Our brain doesn’t like uncertainty. We’d rather receive a bad piece of news as soon as possible than put up with not knowing whether it will turn out to be good or not. I imagine that we’ve all experienced this feeling. Medical science and psychology have set about researching this area, and have confirmed that we are indeed built this way.
The first piece of research that we’re going to look was carried out at the …

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Talent management in SMEs

I have recently been involved in the project “Talent Management in SMEs” which was carried out in different areas of Spain. The project was, inevitably, accompanied by the current climate of uncertainty which is forcing companies to really get the most out of their staff’s talents and is driving employees to give the best of themselves, to think proactively, and to work as a team.

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Nine ways to foster commitment

In times of uncertainty, it is vital for companies to develop closer relationships with customers, to get everyone in the organization pulling together, and to make sure that all available talent is put to the best possible use. Underpinning this, the idea of commitment is of central importance.

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