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Let’s put it out there: if technology continues to accelerate exponentially, then man and machine will likely merge.
Last year, I traveled to San Jose to facilitate a workshop for an IT company that was undergoing massive change and reorganization to keep up their market share and thrive in an economy of innovation and disruption. Few senior leaders spoke to me about how challenging it had been for them to bring about a transformational change versus developmental change until they had participated in my session. Many companies, from small-medium business to Fortune 500, face similar challenges.
First impressions count, right? Everyone knows that. It’s almost a cliché. There are various stats out there saying that judgements are formed in a matter of seconds – seven to be precise. Whether it’s a new client visiting your offices for the first time or a high calibre candidate arriving for a job interview, you’ll want to make sure they see the best your company can offer.
Is your company in overwhelm? Doing too much but never seeming to move forward? Time and again, I see this in the clients I coach. When I speak to employees or interview leadership teams, this is often their biggest frustration. As they grow and take on more business, they feel pulled in different directions and lose their sense of forward momentum.
Cast your mind back. Have you ever worked for a bad manager? Can you remember how you felt? Frustrated? Despairing? Unmotivated?
Everybody loves a good top 100 list. It could be the best cities to live in, the top restaurants, or in this case, the highest-rated CEOs in America. I love Glassdoor's annual list of the Top CEOs because it's based on how employees of major corporations feel about their culture and their most senior leader.