“I walked forty-seven miles of barbed wire, I got a cobra snake for a necktie/A brand new house on the road side, and it's a-made out of rattlesnake hide/Got a band new chimney put on top, and it's a-made out of human skull/Come on take a little walk with me baby, and tell me who do you love?/Who do you love?/Who do you love?” — Who do you Love by Legendary Bo Diddley
There is no greater weapon in an organisation's arsenal than a great team. To genuinely achieve success, it is necessary for an organisation to embrace teamwork and the Power of We. However, the process of getting a group of people to work together towards a common goal isn’t always easy.
Savvy was loved a lot by her team members because she was always responsive to her team’s need for rescue. Rescue to problems like:
Entrepreneurs and managers often consider themselves as ‘optimistic’ - someone who sees the glass as half-full instead of half-empty. Most of them seem to believe that they have mastered the art of finding a room for improvement in everything. However, the current scenario of communication in the workplace is a complete mess. It’s a big reality check for all those project managers and leaders who think that they are doing well, but in reality, they have no clue of what’s happening around them because there is no clear communication.
55% of the marriages that occur in the world today are arranged marriages. The global divorce rate has increased up to 251.8% since 1960. 1 out of 3 marriages fail in the first five years.
Have you gone through the emotional discomfort of being told you are not managing it well, you do not have the leadership skills, you are micromanaging, or you are just putting the burden off to us from your shoulders?