Tag Archives: success

Doers Face The Shadow Competition

Doers know what they are being held accountable for and are able to determine for themselves how best to follow their leader. Underachievers seldom understand their own actions; so do not expect them to give much constructive thought to what their leader has in mind. So, you might ask, why waste time on dysfunctional employees? […]

Discontent Sometimes Comes With The Job

When organizations send leaders to training with the intention of improving performance and productivity, they often neglect to raise consciousness among the followers. They fail to see that leaders will be picking up a new language expressed in words and concepts incomprehensible to anyone not included in the training program. Companies mistakenly assume that when […]