The act of disrupting someone else's disruption.
What if we took all the resources spent on finding and training bosses and spent them on developing self-managing organizations instead?
For most of us, work is not optional - we have to make a living somehow.
Finding work we enjoy given that, is a paradox we all must resolve.
If you can not honestly say that your job is overall making life better for someone somewhere in some way that is meaningful to you, then you should be doing something else.
I just supported a sweet little app idea, based on sound principles from positive psychology.
Check it out and see if you want to help this app happen
High CEO pay does not attract good leaders, it attracts expensive leaders. Not the same thing at all.
Once and for all: Consistently working more than 40 hrs/wk means you get LESS work done.
End the #cultofoverwork.
Workplaces must give employees unscheduled play time. If work days are overloaded, there is no learning or creativity. Plan for slack.
The keys to successful change in an organization are well known:
- Involve those affected
- Have a clear purpose
- Listen to concerns
So why do so few follow this?
The perfect workplace does not exist. All companies have problems. But great ones fix them and move on to newer and better problems.