What makes a team any better than one strong leader with a vision? The answer requires a little more understanding of decision-making and the role of confirmation-bias in our daily lives.
What makes some businesses soar and others fail? The usual answer is economic conditions, poor market analysis or under capitalized. But a strong business must start with a strong team. A team inspired by a common goal and a crystal clear purpose. It all may start by understanding why.
The business world is about to experience a new breed of employee, known as generation Z. Every business needs to be aware and prepared for this group and their unique qualities. Knowing the characteristics of Gen Z will give you insights into their expectation, motivations and how you might manage them.
Maybe there should be a support group for the very common me-me conflict, but the next best thing is a clear understanding of this potentially disabling behavioral affliction and how it affects our work and even our daily lives.
TTI has over three decades of research that exposes many of the reasons behind our feelings of job dissatisfaction. At the heart of this sentiment is often a Me-Job conflict.