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99% of the time employees terminate themselves when they choose poorly at a fork in the road.
Right now, you are most likely facing several seemingly insurmountable problems that need solving.
Back in 1994, I worked security at a major department store during the Christmas season. Job number one? Catch shoplifters.
For a time at ERC: Counselors and Consultants the highest recognition you could achieve was a good job beef stick.
In my former corporate career, we hired a new business unit vice president whose style was very different from the previous vice president.
Sometimes your self-perception doesn’t match how others see you.
Any time it’s necessary to terminate an employee—unless it’s for a totally grievous, narcissistic, serial-killer-like reason—it’s a bad day.
As a guy whose title has included “development” for most of his career, it’s a tough call. This idiom makes it a bit simpler to decide.
It took me almost 25 years, but I’ve found a healthier way to frame personal growth.
I’ve found that no matter the company, culture, or decision-makers, these three things always get noticed.
Let’s have a conversation about helping you be you, but greater!