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    How to...Manage Resistance to Change
    (Chartered Accountants Ireland, 2018-02)
    Managers are often required to communicate change initiatives to their teams. While it can be a traumatic experience, you can ease the pain for all involved.
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    'Difficult' Meetings
    (Chartered Accountants Ireland, 2017-08-11)
    Meetings can be easily derailed by just one quarrelsome attendee, but fighting fire with fire isn't the answer.
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    3 Pain-free Ways to Build Your Network
    (Chartered Accountants Ireland, 2019-06-01)
    Networking is a discomforting prospect for many, but don’t wait until it’s too late to start Experts tell us that strong professional networks are essential to career development. Knowing the key players in your sector and being seen at professional events gives you a competitive edge in today’s fast-paced recruitment market. But there is no denying that for some of us, networking isn’t at the top of our must-do lists. It’s awkward, draining and time-consuming. Making small-talk with strangers doesn't come easy to everyone.
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    Help Introverts Excel
    (Chartered Accountants Ireland, 2017-09-28)
    What do JK Rowling, Barack Obama, Eleanor Roosevelt and Albert Einstein have in common? (1) They are all introverts and (2) they would each have a tough time working in the contemporary office environment which privileges open plan spaces, group work, informal interaction between colleagues and noise.
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    Overcoming Bias in the Workplace
    (Chartered Accountants Ireland, 2019-08)
    Unconscious bias isn’t going away – and neither is the pressure for diverse and inclusive workplaces, writes Dr Annette Clancy
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    Office design: why customisation is key
    (Chartered Accountants Ireland, 2019-12-01)
    Dr Annette Clancy explains why the granting or withholding of control over employees’ working conditions has a knock-on effect on their physical and mental wellbeing.
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    Psychological Safety at Work
    (Chartered Accountants Ireland, 2019-10)
    The most successful managers and leaders help their teams learn from mistakes in an atmosphere of respect and acceptance.
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    Coping with narcissism
    (Accountancy Ireland, 2017-12)
    Every office has a narcissist, you just need to learn how to play to their strengths instead of focusing on their weaknesses.The upside On the surface, this looks like a toxic mix of qualities, but a deeper dive into research tells us that narcissism has an upside: self-esteem, assertiveness, charisma, confidence and a willingness to go with one's own belief.Step 5: play to their strengths Narcissists love being the centre of attention.
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    That Unwanted Feeling: A Psychodynamic Study of Disappointment in Organizations
    This paper explores the emotion of disappointment in organizations and develops a newline of theorizing inspired by psychoanalytic object-relations theory. Existing literature frames disappointment as a threat to organizational effectiveness, as both a response and an anticipation of failure and as an emotion that needs to be managed in order to prevent it from damaging organizational morale and performance. This only captures part of the complexity of disappointment and leaves unexplored its potential contribution to organizational and individual learning and even creativity. The paper develops a theoretical framework which depicts disappointment in three configurations or positions, and it establishes the potential of disappointment acting as an integrative emotion with in organizations. The framework accounts for an apparent contradiction in organizational members' experience of disappointment – that it is, at the same time, seen as 'of little concern' to individuals, and yet viewed as capable of undermining stability and destroying positive feelings. The paper shows how disappointment is connected to the dynamics of blame in organizations but, when fully appreciated, can offer a way of moving beyond these dynamics by recognizing partial failure within an organization and turning it into the basis for organizational learning.
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    How to recognise and eliminate groupthink
    (Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland, 2020-02-01)
    To create a culture free of groupthink, leaders must first make themselves vulnerable, writes Dr Annette Clancy.
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