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Video: The role of nature vs nurture in bad workplace behaviours

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The influence of nature vs nurture on bad workplace behaviours

How important is nature (genetics) in someone’s likelihood of engaging in counterproductive workplace behaviours, and how much comes down to nurture (environment, values, skills and experience)?

There are certainly hereditary factors, like intelligence and personality, that contribute a higher likelihood of bad behaviours at work.

But there are also things that people learn over the course of their life that influence workplace actions.

Understanding the interplay between these factors is vital for effective recruitment practices.

Nature vs Nurture: Which one is more important?

Watch the video to understand whether nature (genetics) is more important than nurture when it comes to counterproductive workplace behaviours.

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