“They’re just not doing their job,” grumbled an executive in a group one of us (Amii) was recently facilitating. She was resentful over what she viewed as a lack of productivity on her team.
Ginni Rometty shares her strategies for managing conflict, finding growth in discomfort, and remaining grounded in ambition to make you proud of not only what you do, but how you do it.
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I’ve worked with hundreds of executives over the last two decades, helping them figure out how to grow and scale their businesses and build high-performance teams. And while I’m generally focusing on the overall business growth and success, I’ve learned that if we’re going to scale a business, we also need to scale the people running it. If we don’t, we’ll quickly hit limits and ceilings.
As with many things found in nature, it’s not as random as it looks.
A huge throng of people may seem chaotic. Think of the pandemonium of top-bill gatherings such as Coachella’s music festival or a Comic-Con convention, or even the bedlam at high-profile political rallies and protests.
Apparently, there is ” Wisdom of the Crowds “..” A Collective Bias “.
Though not sure with wisdom and bias– can the twain meet?
If judging others constitute full time employment, most of the world is a well employed place .
‘ Fied ‘ can fall into these three buckets.
We are all frauds.
Creating is hard for every last one of us( including those from the allegedly superior Aryan race). Yes!
Back in the 1920s, Harvard Business School(HBS) professors decided to develop and experiment with innovative and unique business instruction methods. As the first school in the world to design a signature, distinctive program in business, later to be called the MBA, there was a need for a teaching method that would benefit this novel approach.
It’s that time of the year when the Kioxia ExceLENS Awards( now in its 3rd edition) celebrates and recognises photography | videography | content creation talent from the region and beyond.
Every January, marketing pros come out with their “top trends” to watch for the upcoming year. These are popular and helpful resources since marketing always seems to be changing, and it can be difficult to keep up with all the trends. But we rarely take time to look back and highlight what marketing trends actually worked.
So, here’s our look back on what was most effective in 2022