„It is not what happens to people that is significant, but what they think happens to them.“

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„When a broad and significant change occurs in the organization, the first question many people ask is “What's in it for me?” or “What's going to happen to me? This is an indication of the anxiety that occurs when people are faced with the uncertainty associated with organizational change.“

—  David A. Nadler American organizational theorist 1948 - 2015
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„I think unless the people are given information about what is happening to them, they will die in ignorance. And i think that's the big sin. I mean if there is such a thing as a sin, that's it, to destroy people and not have them have a clue about how this is happening.“

—  Alice Walker American author and activist 1944
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„See? That's what happens when you keep people from doing what they do best: It makes them insane.“

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„I'm more interested in what people tell themselves happened rather than what actually happened.“

—  Kazuo Ishiguro Japanese-born British author 1954
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„So what do you think will happen?“

—  John Brunner, kniha The Stone That Never Came Down
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„And even if you don't tell this person you've forgiven them, because sometimes you can't, it's amazing what will happen in your life, what will happen with that person, what will happen with you and other people, if you have a forgiving spirit and let it go.“

—  Ysabella Brave American singer 1979
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„What is now happening to the people of the East as of the West is like what happens to every individual when he passes from childhood to adolescence and from youth to manhood.“

—  Leo Tolstoy, A Letter to a Hindu
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