Colours play a much deeper role in our decisions than many people could understand even a decade or two ago. New research into the field of colour psychology is constantly revealing interesting ways that colour can shape our desires, our mood and even our decisions in very fundamental ways. While the reaction is not as immediate or extreme as, say, a cartoon bull charging everything red they can see, colour still plays a very real role in your decision-making process and harnessing this through colour psychology can help you both personally and professionally.
Mergers are a common part of modern corporate life but can be very disconcerting for employees. It can be challenging for managers to know how exactly to keep their employees motivated when they don't know the future and may not even be certain of their own future, let alone being able to see what the future holds for their employees. Here are some tips for managers dealing with this situation.