Changing jobs often is becoming increasingly acceptable. According to an article published this January by Fast Company contributor Vivian Giang , job hopping every 3 to 4 years is beneficial to not only the employee, but the company as well.
Have you ever had or been that employee that just couldn’t get it together? Constantly late? Seemingly unhappy with the job or company? At the time, it may seem that the only resolution is to part ways. But, wait…
As a process improvement and customer service enthusiast, inefficiencies stand out to me like a marker in a haystack. I like to call these inefficiencies “opportunities”.
Teams are made up of a diverse group of people, all with their own unique set of values, talents, and experiences. With that, there is no surprise that issues may arise. There are many reasons that the team dynamic could be off, but could management be one of them.
As I continue to research and immerse myself in all that is business, there are multiple facets to and varying opinions on the best way to run a business successfully. Not surprising of course. The quick and dirty answer to the very vague title of this article is DON’T!
Searching for some inspiration this morning, I came across this quote. I took it at face value and kept going. Then I started thinking more on it and its (almost) dual meaning.