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Questioning everything could help you to spot problems and create a culture of understanding and action.
What does this business look like in five years? What are our customers worrying about today? What will concern them tomorrow? Where are we failing to communicate? Are we capitalizing on all our strengths? What opportunities are we missing?
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An opportunity should not only be viewed by the benefits it provides.
Knowing how the opportunity will make you happy should also have an influence on your decisions.
Moving on in life is possible if you have a good understanding and knowledge of yourself.
Believe in yourself that you are able to figure out a way forward.
Finding a good opportunity may leave you to put everything in to make it work, and the confidence to move beyond your safety nets.
A short-term fix for making employees stay is to pay the employees well. This is not a long-term strategy, as having people in a company for purely financial reasons wouldn't be a good idea. But if...
Providing interesting or a variety of projects keeps talented employees on board.
Innovative projects eventually reduce the need for old software/old processes that are normally active for decades as no one is capable or interested in providing a more efficient way to work.
Consider utilizing the exercise below to help develop a positive story: