Fall is traditionally the ‘back-to-school’ season with new clothes, fresh folders, and a clean start to the academic year. You may not still be in school but you might be thinking about changes you hope, want, and might need to make professionally.
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Like most people in business, I work hard to attract and get clients, help them in accomplishing their goals and objectives, and I want (for the most part) to retain their business. I want them to become repeat clients as well as ambassadors on my behalf.
The microwave isn’t heating things up fast enough for me this week. My computer is taking to long to load websites and pages. I seem to be running everywhere I go – including up any stairs that I encounter.
Showing others by doing is the best way to prove that you know the things you say you know. Sometimes it’s the only way.
Bad bosses don’t mean to be bad. Most of them don’t even know that they are bad bosses. But studies continue to show that more than pay, more than the commute, more than the actual workload – people leave jobs because of bad bosses.
When someone in an executive leadership position leaves abruptly, the CEO/Owner/President has some tough choices to make. Many are tempted to survey the organizational landscape, determine who appears to be the person on the team that is most likely to be promoted and offer them the opportunity to fill that open slot.
Sometimes I see trends. Many people are dealing with the same thing and feeling the same kind of frustration.