The workplace landscape is changing. Economic volatility in the market place, intergenerational groups working together, intended or not, and the definition of one’s own back yard now encompasses China, Europe or Africa. Take your pick.
Yet there is one thing that does not change and that is how people act, react, acclimate, or rebel in the Corporate Hood. The Baby Boomers say “I paved my own way,” Generation Xers says, “Can’t you see you are in my way,” and the Millennials say “I need you to get out of my way.” These phrases reveal much about what they think and do but little about how they manage themselves.
In John C. Maxwell’s book “Success 101,” he outlines seven things each person must manage. I like his suggestions because they are timeless and place the onus on the one who has the power to implement…
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