Recently, we discussed the notion of innate capacity and what it means for choosing your career path. Capacity refers to your underlying “hardwiring” — those characteristics which make you unique and are part of your biological and environmental heritage. Capacity is very stable over time and difficult to change. It includes your physicality, intelligence and […]
We live in a world of constant change. Markets shift with the wind. New technology always threatens the old ways of doing things. New competitors consistently compete for a slice of the market share pie. And at the end of the day, customers shift purchasing decisions.
Given these factors, organizations must stay ahead of the […]
The same story emerges in many industries. A young professional in the early days of a career takes an entry-level job with an organization. This job fits well with a particular talent held by the worker, and she quickly earns praise for her hard work. After a series of performance reviews where management begins the […]
Bad bosses are expensive. Both employees and organizations pay a price for them. Stop paying for bad bosses and instead invest in making the best personnel decisions you possibly can.
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