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Rules and Passion

Are rules and passions really antonyms? Or is it possible that passion is nestled comfortably in the allegedly rigid world of law where it is, in fact, indispensable for the very creation of those rules and regulations? And if the so-called oxymoron “passion and rules” is conceivable in the legal domain, why not at work too? Strange as it may seem, the question is hardly frivolous. History offers many examples of the common bond between passion and law. The Mahatma and Martin Luther King ...

Rules and Passion

The cognitive approach is just the tool if a manager wants to get to know his raw material: people. This is because it can zero in on the four main ingredients of a personality and the infinite number of ways in which people express themselves. by Marco Mossi These ingredients provide flexible frameworks that suggest how an individual will react to certain stimuli and what will motivate his or her actions. The first framework considers the areas of perseverance and commitment. ...