“That’s not fair!” is a common childhood protest because humans have a powerful, innate sense of fairness. Snam CEO and fairness advocate Marco Alverà explains that when people sense unfair treatment, they become hurt and disengage. Some studies estimate that 70% of the US workforce is disengaged, he says, so creating a culture of fairness is essential. getAbstract recommends that leaders and managers hear this argument for prioritizing fairness.
In this summary, you will learn
- How the perception of unfairness affects productivity,
- Why fairness is good for business and
- How to create a fair workplace.
About the Speaker
Fairness advocate Marco Alverà is the CEO of Europe’s biggest gas utility, Snam.
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4 weeks agoAuthor says “Neuroscience shows that people innately know right from wrong.” But II World War proved the opposite in Germany; otherwise more people and soldiers would have opposed to send millions to concentration camps to get them killed.
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