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About two years ago, while reading Jennifer Garvey Berger’s Simple Habits for Complex Times, I was introduced to the distinction between complex and complicated. This distinction, more than anything I had previously learned, helped me to understand why we often get stuck and frustrated by the challenges we face. What was most liberating for me […]
Remote work can feel like flying blind sometimes. The regular stream of verbal cues we get from those around us in an office are absent.
For too many people, the stress of trying to get away, and then catch up when they return, makes the process of taking a vacation counter-productive.
There are people who just have a job, and there are others whose work is part of a bigger personal mission. Sadly, there are far more people with just jobs.
Think about the most enjoyable business relationships you’ve had. I am going to bet that you shared similar values, expectations, and more.
Your clients trust you to help them fix problems, engage their teams, and get better results. But do they trust their teams? Do their teams trust them?