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Why consulting?



    Bio-behavioural analysis has relevance to the challenges faced by managers and policy makers. I began consulting immediately upon receiving my doctoral degree in 1990—in Brisbane and Sydney, Australia. I was asked to analyse and provide training about the causes and nature of employee stress which was resulting in a loss of morale at work and absenteeism due to illness. In one organization I identified asymmetric conflict between managers as a stress factor. I broke off consulting to continue academic research in Germany. In the meantime my research has gone well beyond hierarchy and is thus applicable to a wider range of issues, as set out in the training course outline posted on 28 May 2009 the “Scope of Consultancy” posted on 29 June 2009. 






 
 
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