To create an innovative product or service, we need a team that works well together. That means we need to create a cutting-edge culture in our organization. How do we do that?
We hear a lot about empathy in leadership. If you follow me, you have heard me talk about compassion quite a bit lately. What is the difference?
Do you remember a time when you changed vendors because they understood your needs better. The old provider never seemed to get it quite right, failing to listen to what you said you needed. They seemed to care more about what was easiest for them than serving you as a customer. But then you found…
“I didn’t realize that was offensive.” Most people never think about the cliches they use in the workplace – until they experience the trauma. They don’t understand that common phrases can be obstacles to creating the disruptive innovation they desire.
The end of the first quarter is coming this week. Are you on track to meet your disruptive goals? In this assessment, I’ll ask several questions that I use in my executive coaching. Answering these questions at this time and being completely honest will help you stay on the best track to achieve your disruptive success.
In this article, we delve into the provocative question about the evolving change in the purpose of work. I know this is rather esoteric but a serious question that technology will demand that we answer in the coming decade.
This may be the most important blog post you have read. I’m serious. If you work as an accountant, assembly line worker, warehouse worker, stock analyst, quality control inspector, driver, paralegal, radiologist, or mortgage underwriter, this post might help you prevent a career disaster. Artificial Intelligence is about to displace thousands if not millions of…