Love thy neighbours, colleagues and clients

Leigh, Andrew
July 1996
People Management;7/25/1996, Vol. 2 Issue 15, p41
Argues that caring for the people you work with and your customers is the key to organizational competitiveness. Views of Roger Harrison on the need for balance and harmony in the organization; Relationships as the key to understanding the role of love in organizations; How trainers and developers can help their organizations to practice love; Bibliographies about bringing harmony in organizations.


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