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Personal default mode

Think about what modes you have in your company? What modes do your colleagues have? For example, in an office, the main modes would be "talking with people" and "doing things on a computer."

If you do more talking, your main responsibilities are possibly passing information, organizing people, making decisions. You are most likely in a leadership position. If you spend more time with a computer, you probably do the actual work.


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Designing a company culture is essential in any organisation. Whatever is the default mode will rule.

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