What’s going wrong at work?

Losing our humanity in feudal, fear-driven work cultures

Jacky Fitt

In his recent article for HR Magazine, founder of How to Be Good at Work Roger Steare, examines the reasons why good people care less about others when they come to work. Based on the findings of the world-wide MoralDNA profiling tool, the revelations point to us working in a predominantly fear-driven culture, the extreme of this manifests itself in sexual harassment and assault. From low level anxiety to high levels of distress, irrespective of age, pay scale and gender. A big challenge to organisations in preventing trust-building and ethical growth are “the medieval, command-and-control organisational designs that suppresses safe, open debate among colleagues…”

Jacky Fitt – part of the How to Be Good at Work team

Read the full article: Why HR professionals are losing their humanity

Read episode 5 The MoralDNA of Love, Logic and Law

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