“We should have taken better safety precautions.” Shuji Kov of the Miyazaki Government bashfully declared after a contagious tick went missing during a government press conference about disease safety.
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It is a strange thought but there is quite a bit of research emerging suggesting that the psychology of leaders is not just changing but displaying some concerning traits. Before we analyse the lead question, it is worth noting that one of the underlying debates of business change is that culture and people are becoming increasingly secondary to business process and financial results; that there was a greater sense of fun, care and friendship among colleagues in the past than that which exists today.
“Lunch with FT” from 1995
The 79 year old poet Gavin Ewart had a liquid lunch at the Café Royal with the FT. The next day Mrs Ewart phones:
“There are two things you need to know” she says “firstly Gavin came home yesterday happier than I have seen him in a long time. The second- and you are not to feel bad about this- is that he died this morning.”
The German city defused a massive World War II bomb after evacuating 60,000.
Employee wellbeing is often spoken about as an essential need in many companies but one that isn’t always fully supported. It is important because staff exposed to trauma and distress can impact their life. It can also be argued that poor staff wellbeing in hospitality is costing the sector.