Start-up or BAU has some fundamentals

  To create an extraordinary company, hire great people and cultivate great teams, Dahl underscores. “Invest in their development and success. Outward excellence in any area–moral excellence or programming excellence–ultimately comes out of the internal excellence of individuals and groups.” The final goal is living life well, but practical perception also applies to minor goals, Read More

Human behavior and the Workplace

  While it may look obvious at this age that a company’s treatment and understanding of its employees are instrumental to its achievement, it was not until the late 19th century and commencement of the 20th century that behavioral theorists actually began to emphasis on how an employee’s behavior and enthusiasm play an important part Read More

Comfort-zoning!

Comfort-zoning! Think outside the comfort zone! Napoleon Hill: “Whatever the mind of man can conceive and believe, it can achieve.” Recently, I saw a quote passing around social media which read: “At this age I am only interested in consistency, stability, respect and loyalty.” No “age context” was provided. I didn’t share it! Now for Read More

Leadership or miracle worker?

In past articles, we’ve talked about various qualities of leaders or miracle worker and the empowerment, support, and respect they give to their staff/team, which is then returned to them. Recently, I came across a situation where a manager outwardly professed many of the qualities of a leader. Her support for staff was confined to Read More