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Mark Saunders Oct 15
Wk2 Reflection The scale (wider than thought) of precarity in todays world has opened my eyes to all the future and current implications of precariousness and the need to keep it in mind, and work on solutions through leadership (= generative future)
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steve critchley Oct 14
This week I have come to the conclusion that people in precarious work face the same challenges that any self-employed business owner faces, no holiday pay, sick pay, unknown working hours etc but they just have their problems highlighted more.
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xxSue1980xx Oct 17
In my future leadership roles I will consider the effects of precarious work on employees and try to avoid using such methods. Company profit should not be at the expense of people
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xxSue1980xx Oct 17
of has been enlightening. It is surprising to learn that working class men are increasingly as likely to experience precarity as women and young people. Organisations need to rethink how their actions can affect their non-employees wk2
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Kyle 21h
As Leaders we need to better understand the hardship employees go through, to effectively manage, understand and help. It has been quiet an eyeopener this week to see the amount of people affected by and the experiences they go through.
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Sonny Maxwell Oct 10
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Sonny Maxwell Oct 10
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Gmuniopen Oct 14
complex leadership should consider the human impact .Work towards a win win situation rather than exploit those with quieter voices to provide a profit whilst work towards eradicating preclarity with the the boundary of influence.
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Jennifer Robertson Oct 18
I agree, I have learned how affects more vulnerable groups than only immigrants and disabled workers. has broadened my understanding of how this can affect many more groups such as men, and the drivers behind it.
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Ben Siemon Oct 16
It is easier to say “My tooth is aching” than the say “My heart is broken.” _ C.S. Lewis | The Problem Of Pain
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Jo Simcox Oct 15
can be a future for anyone in the way of the world now, however, can leadership prevent this future? I’m not so sure in a traditional form but a change in approach
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Christina Joakimidis Oct 13
I have also dealt with precarious conditions myself in the past but have never realized how common and important this is to overall welfare. I conclude that our everyday leadership practices can and should be used to fight against precarious living.
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Jo Simcox Oct 16
I work in the same field and like you say it does reinforce the values of social housing and the precarious situations any customer can find themselves in.
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Jose Feliciano Oct 13
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Projectfootball Oct 15
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Duang 15h
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Jennifer Robertson Oct 18
Replying to @AmyCCampbell @sin_j007
Same for me, I realized how I take my "knowledge" for granted. helped understand the bigger picture and recognizing drivers of and how to understand challenges in varied situations
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Patrick Schlenker Oct 14
Meine aktuelle Arbeit für das Theater Fauteuil. Historische Beratung sowie Uniformierung des Ensembles.
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