The pain was so great that at first I thought I was going to faint. But I didn’t. I held on and felt the breaking.
We are in the middle of a universal exercise of “how to get into the same boat and make sure you row successfully”. So far, there are still millions in the water and the ones in the boat are simply making it spin faster and faster.
I have been watching myself over the past few months and I see something coming to the surface more and more – the more I
In an environment where change is even more the norm than it already was, where our faces are masked and our instincts of closing in on our fellow humans are restrained, criticism, delivered this way, is a handful of salt thrown on an open wound. It stings so much that any beneficial effects are completely overshadowed.
It should have been a walk in the park, we did everything by the book. Instead, it was an exhausting long haul, that had me humiliated and in a frenzy most of the time.
There is one thing I have not found so often and that is the fact that good leaders support the organisation by paying attention to the individuals on their teams.