Guest Post by Dr. Joey Faucette
It’s as familiar as the chorus of American Pie by Don Mclean, only instead of “the day the music died,” it’s “the day the employee died.”
It begins with something like, “She’s just not working out…” and wraps up with “It’s just hard to find the right person today.”
Whether you’re a small business owner or a C-Level Executive of a Fortune 50, you’re in search mode 24/7 for the right person in the right place at the right time for the right reasons. The conundrum lies in focusing too much on the person with...
Guest Post by Susanne Madsen
Asking questions is an essential component of leadership. Voltaire said that we should “Judge a man by his questions rather than by his answers” and Albert Einstein was obsessed with questions, or more precisely, with getting to the right question.
Another smart mind, Tim Brown (chief executive and president of IDEO) says, “It’s very easy in business to get sucked into being reactive to the problems and questions that are right in front of you. It doesn’t matter how creative you are as a leader, it doesn’t matter how...