A multi faceted individual of mixed reputation, misadventures and possibly talents who is unable to be contained in the basic premise of a single paragraph biographical view. He may be known because of his twenty year veteranship of the Information Systems & Technology industry, his part time ventures across rural, agvocating and training ... or simply as that mad, ecclectic, eccentric weirdo from the internet.
Though, it is quite plausible that you may not know him all.
I haven’t been around the interwebs of late. Life has been dense with activity in all aspects of my life. On the work front, I have taken on a new role. Not quite a promotion, and not really a sidewise step, so I’m going to call it a diagonal slide.…
So, the weekend was a busy one.
There was an Ag Show side, An Ag property side and then Monday arrived and it’s back to work ...
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“Our findings contradict conventional wisdom that the personal characteristics of an employee drive his or her decision to speak up,” says David Mayer, assistant professor of management and organizations at the University of Michigan. “We are social animals and we pay attention to what others do—especially when engaging in a risky behavior like whistle-blowing at work.”
So, in short, yes, societal pressures, be it from peers or workplaces must, by definition, affect the morality of people.