International Survey of the Sex Lives of People at Work
Nada K. Kakabadse og Andrew Kakabadse
Palgrave 2004, 160 s. ISBN 1403943249
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cent of people at work admit to one or more intimate relationship. A recently
completed international workplace survey highlights that many people intermingle
their private and work lives. Time spent on tasks, the intensity of team
relationships and the sharing of common interests make work a multi-purpose
site, satisfying personal needs as well as ambitions and career drives. Are
managers prepared to face such challenges? No. However, through understanding
workplace intimacy practices, firm guidance for managers is provided to better
prepare them to address such sensitive encounters.
SECTION TWO: WHAT WE KNOW SO FAR
Intimacy at Work
Barriers and Consequences
THREE: THE STUDY
Intimacy: Nature and Context
Relationships at Work
Intimacy Outcomes and Impact
Third Party Involved
SECTION FOUR: ADDRESSING INTIMACY
KAKABADSE is Professor of International Management Development at Cranfield
School of Management in the UK.
NADA K. KAKABADSE is Professor in
Management and Business Research at Northampton Business School in the
Together they have extensively researched and published in the areas
of leadership, boards, governance and outsourcing. They are both currently
engaged in international surveys on boardroom governance and the governance of
government and societies. Previous publications include The Geopolitics of
Governance, Smart Sourcing: International Best Practice, and
Essence of Leadership.