Workplace Mindset

When we are at home or at some social gathering, we never forget to treat people with due respect and consideration. We value them for who they are; people with unique responsibilities and challenges.

We treat them with respect because we care about them.

But as soon as we enter the workspace, we start treating other people as if they are some sort of bio-machines devoid of any personal identity.

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Published Author Who Loves to Play at the Intersection of Cognitive Psychology, Neuroscience, & Philosophy — Sharing the Slice of Wisdom Not on Paper but Screen

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