Can your company culture function and be successful under weak management? Not for long.
You know that next job of yours? The one with the brilliant co-workers, the cool boss, the free snacks and an amazing workplace culture? Competition is fierce, so how do you make yourself stand out and get the job offer?
Now that there are more job openings than people to fill them, 2019 is the time to get serious about being the best company you can possibly be. This year we see the rise of the individual, where top talent has the upper hand—able to pick where they want to work rather than wait for you to pick them.
Remarkably health-conscious, radically inclusive, highly entrepreneurial and competitive. These are just a few of the words used to describe Generation Z, which includes individuals born after 1995.
We often chuckle with people who don’t know our history that it took 10 years to become an overnight success. The data shows that most businesses fail – but the good ones survive and thrive.
In his 2012 book, The Power of Habit, Charles Duhigg discusses the power that habits have over our lives.
The key to a successful mentoring relationship
Corporate events can be fun, informative, a great way to connect people in a company and improve company culture or to celebrate milestones or holidays.
You might that this is a dull, project management type skill, but if you are a CEO and don’t have a good understanding of where, when and how to apply resources, you are undoubtedly wasting lots of time and money.
This situation is only one example of how third-party sales can be trickier and more complex than owners expect because there are factors that owners simply don’t consider.
Your VP of operations will solve the production problems, your CFO will find a new bank and the new office furniture doesn’t matter.
Perhaps a remedy for identity theft lies in our ability to fast from negative thinking and linger in positive self-awareness.