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The Difference Between Debate, Discussion and Dialogue

The Difference Between Debate, Discussion and Dialogue

Is it dialogue, discussion, or is it debate? There is a difference, and each has its value. Do you know the difference? Would you recognize dialogue if you heard it in your workplace? To guide you through this question, let’s distinguish dialogue from the other common forms of communication—debate and discussion first. Debate is combative and seeks to be victorious; it wants to express itself… Read More »The Difference Between Debate, Discussion and Dialogue

When You Start a New Job, Pay Attention to These 5 Aspects of Company Culture

Starting a new job is one of the most important — and challenging — parts of any professional’s career.  At ACMP we came across this post and thought we would share a snippet. When you join an organization, you have a short window of time to adapt to its culture. It’s the old 90-day rule. And we know too many talented individuals who have stumbled… Read More »When You Start a New Job, Pay Attention to These 5 Aspects of Company Culture

Making Joy a Priority at Work

Making Joy a Priority at Work

Published by Alex Liu Originally published here Amid the dazzle and hopes of the digital age, it is easy to forget that old-fashioned human desire is as essential to achieving business goals as ever. Right now, for example, companies are making massive investments in technologies that can more closely link their people to each other, to customers, and to other stakeholders. Yet many companies struggle… Read More »Making Joy a Priority at Work

It’s not about the office, it’s about belonging

To retain employees, organisations need to evolve their approach to building community, cohesion, and a sense of belonging at work. By Aaron De Smet, Bonnie Dowling, Marino Mugayar-Baldocchi and Joe Spratt Originally published by McKinsey & Company January 13, 2022 Leaders are increasingly worried about the impact of the past 20-plus months on company culture, connectivity, and cohesion. Our recent Great Attrition survey justifies their… Read More »It’s not about the office, it’s about belonging