Complacency was antithema to John Lennon. Creatively. Psychologically. Musically.
John Lennon was the epitome of continuous learning, innovation, personal growth, openness to experience, constructive risk taking. Continue reading John Lennon and Career Growth
The single most powerful predictor of performance is the sense that a person has the opportunity to use his or her strengths every day at work. Research from the Gallup Organization has demonstrated that negative feedback is 40X more effective as a team leadership approach than zero feedback. But, positive attention is 30X more powerful than negative attention and 1,200X more impactful than ignoring people. So, if paying attention to what people can’t do is a leader’s typical default strategy and attention is directed at giving negative feedback, there’s a lot of human potential being left on the table. Continue reading The Hidden Secret to Growing Inside Your Comfort Zone
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