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Hardwired Humans

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Offices are not our natural habitat. Leadership is easier when we understand the nine instincts that still drive human behaviour.

With the Industrial Revolution only 250 years ago, we left our hunting, gathering and village societies to work in offices and factories. The behaviour that ensured our ancestors’ survival on the savannah plains of Africa over the millennia is al
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Kindle Edition, 244 pages
Published (first published July 1st 2012)
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This book is the key to understanding human behaviour in the office context. From the inevitably negative response to any proposed changed, to the work performance of small teams vs large, the answers are here. Clear and concise, this book is an easy read with extraordinary insight.
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Andrew O'Keeffe has been observing bosses for many years. He's worked for
bosses, and he's been a boss. As a senior human resources executive, Andrew has worked closely with a range of bosses in diverse companies over his career. He was employed by an IBM, Cable & Wireless Optus, Sinclair Knight Merz and Hewitt Associates. Early in his career, he worked in industrial relations in the mining and
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