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I get a lot of ideas and information about what’s going on in the workplace from the people I meet as I go about my business; doing my day-job as an organisational consultant and mediator. Friends and neigbours also tell me their stories. It is heartening that so many of these are positive, despite, or maybe because of, the troubled economic situation. But I also thought it would be a great idea to conduct a proper survey to find out more about reader’s experience of working with their colleagues, so I have created one. You can get to it via the link above.

It takes about a minute to complete, plus thinking time. There are just 10 questions because I wanted to keep it simple.

It will add to my understanding of how people interact at work, so it would be great if you could be one of my respondents. I’ll post the results on this blog when it is complete. Thanks in advance.

 

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