Doesn’t it seem that the voting process is stuck in the 1800’s? Triplicate of paper forms, lines to wait in, and hanging out in school gymnasiums. Not exactly a recipe...
This is a great article by Jack and Suzy Welch to assist everyone with lessons learned. Below is the list, enjoy!
- Your company’s values and your personal values must be compatible.
- Differentiation breeds meritocracy. Sameness breeds mediocrity.
- In a performance culture, actions have to have consequences — positive or negative.
- Creating an environment of candor and trust is a must.
- Attracting, developing and retaining world-class talent is your never-ending job.
- You must distinguish between coachable development needs in your people and fatal flaws.
- Simple, consistent, focused communications travel faster and are understood better by the organization.
- There is nothing more developmental and illuminating than dealing with adversity.
- Over time, you have to develop a real generosity gene — and love to see each person on your team earn raises, get promotions and grow personally.
- Continuous learning is critical for success — make it a priority.
Article Link: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/10-leadership-lessons-you-dont-want-learn-hard-way-jack-welch?midToken=AQFBC_ONQHEHwQ&trk=eml-b2_content_ecosystem_digest-network_publishes-284-null&fromEmail=fromEmail&ut=3X1wy_Yf4Cs6A1
Gary Kapanowski – Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt – Excelsior
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