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What happens when psychopathy invades the workplace?

By DR. MAX TOOKEY* The initial impression most people have of psychopaths are dangerous criminals who are incarcerated in prisons or institutions for a matter of public safety. While individuals such as Charles Manson, Ted Bundy or Peter Sutcliffe tend to fit commonly held cliché’s of what most of us would regard as a psychopath, it is interesting that psychopathy ... Read More »

Corporate leaders fail to predict altruistic values held by an emerging segment of baby boomlets!

Why has Abercrombie’s stock dropped more than 30 percent? The CEO of Abercrombie & Fitch, Michael Jeffries, appears to be dumbfounded as to why he cannot get a pulse on the values of baby boomlets (people born between 1977 and 1994).  This is quite surprising given the fact that Jeffries is paid more than $4 million per year. One would expect ... Read More »

Student’s Perspective: The way in which Altruism is practised differently in this day and age

By PEDRO MOREIRA* On the 28th December, 2000, my parents showed me that nothing in life is accomplished without sacrifice. I was only six years old. Even at that young age, I still understood what my parents were doing for us. I was born in Portugal in 1993 and was raised in a family who were neither rich nor poor, ... Read More »

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