By Alexandros Psychogios, Professor of International Human Resource Management, Birmingham City Business School
«There is no one worse than someone who believes they are always right», my grandfather used to tell me. Since my childhood these words have always resonated with me and then I had to understand what it actually means, especially in a family and school environment that presses us to always be ‘right’. The right person, the right pupil, the right citizen. But this environment never gave us the chance to reach ‘rightness’ through one’s own practice and judgment. Read more on Kogan Page.