Sounds pretty easy doesn’t it? I mean, just be normal, have respect for others and hold your integrity high. It really isn’t too much to ask, however, we’ve all worked with them and for them. And, it’s not an easy thing to do.
The impact of
Have you ever thought to yourself, “if only I could purchase the perfect social media automation tool” or “the new video editing software that will make the team more productive”. You could swap out “social media automation tool” or “video editing software” for “new
The founder had the meeting scheduled for over a week, yet half the team is late. The meeting invite said the meeting was mandatory and important. It was scheduled for 2:00pm but many of the product managers, service and marketing team members are no where
"I need more information", "It's unproven" and "We need to the concept first". These are all phrases that come to mind when I recall asking for permission to execute new innovative projects. Working for banks for over a decade, you can imagine the difficulty with
"I hate the word diversity"
From a leader like Desiree Adaway who is the Principal of the Adaway Group, this is a shocking sentence. Once you hear more from Desiree in our latest ConvertiClass (MasterClass) session on Diversity In The Workplace it becomes clear.
Imagine if a construction company started building a building without any plans from an architect? They simply started laying bricks with no idea of what they were building--how would that turn out? They would spend so much time wasted and spend endless amounts of money