Using signals can lead to green light for ideas

June 2008
People Management;6/26/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 13, p41
The article focuses on the use of signals in personnel management. Signalling is used to bridge the process of building up ideas to see their merit and potential and decision-making. It is about letting people know what is about to happen, inoculating them from any preconceptions and sharing the behaviour that one is seeking.


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