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Respect

RESPECT Respect and respecting People, Profit and Planet is what Total Respect Management (TR³M) is all about. It is an inclusive management philosophy, methodology and a framework with a focus on the whole. This focus first and foremost leads towards an organisational attitude. This attitude allows businesses to align strategic objectives, strategy and culture. But what does the

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Respect and Conflict in the World Today

Respect and Conflict in our society The year 2017 has been a difficult year in international politics. Leaders of important nations that treat each other with a lack of respect have increased the tension in the world. This has influenced international relationships. As such, it also increases the likelihood of conflicts. Respect is a concept

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What is unacceptable risk?

What is unacceptable risk? Someone posed me the following question on the Quora forum:  “What is unacceptable risk?“. It made me reflect on the matter and I don’t think there’s an easy answer. Risk is in the eye of the beholder. What is acceptable to one is maybe unacceptable risk for another person. However, in the

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NEUROFEEDBACK

 WHAT IS NEUROFEEDBACK and HOW DOES IT WORK?  What is neurofeedback? Neurofeedback (NFB), also known as EEG Biofeedback, offers an additional treatment option for people with brain related disorders. For instance, neurofeedback can be helpful in the case of eating disorders, addictions, mood disorders, anxiety and attention deficit disorder and many more mental “unhealthy” conditions.

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16th International Symposium on Loss Prevention and Safety Promotion in the Process Industries

750th Event of the European Federation of Chemical Engineering After a period of 45 years since its first edition in 1974, the 16th International Symposium on Loss Prevention and Safety Promotion in the Process Industries has returned to the Delft University of Technology. This symposium is the most prestigious conference in the world in the field

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A story about Mountains – Part 5 – Total Respect Management

Part 5 – Total Respect Management Improve your results In the previous parts of ’a story about mountains’ you learned that a business or organisation can be compared to a mountain and how communication, management and leadership can improve life on your mountain. Today I want to take you with me to a mountain to

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A story about Mountains – Part 4 – Leadership

  The importance of good leadership for organisations and companies. Showing the way and taking care Management and leadership go hand in hand. They need each other to achieve results effectively. If management on our mountain is depicted by its governing infrastructure (see Part 3), then leadership can be compared with the signposts, the planted

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A story about Mountains – Part 3 – Management

A story about Mountains – Part 3 – Management The importance of good management for organisations and companies. Mountains and infrastructure In part 1 and part 2 of ’A story about mountains’ you can read how organisations or companies can be compared to mountains. In part 3 we will use this metaphor to demonstrate the

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A story about Mountains – Part 2 – Communication

Part 2 – Communication See also Part 1 A crucial element Management and leadership are perfectly complementary aspects of running companies and organisations and they are essential to good business. These aspects also have a crucial element in common, namely communication. Both management and leadership need appropriate and clear communication to share ideas, execute plans and

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A story about Mountains – Part 1

Part 1 – What does your mountain look like? Companies and mountains During a conversation, when subjects like the state and condition of companies, services or organisations pop up, I often compare this state and condition with the environment and the circumstances on and around a mountain. There are a lot of parallels that can be drawn between

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