Identifying Individual Contributors
You need to identify who your leaders are and who your individual contributors are early on in the process.
Failing to do this is going to create a lot of frustration for you and your team. Sit down with them and ask what they enjoy, what gets them excited for work, and—this is important—what they aren't interested in.
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There are a million opportunities left, right, and center.
Success looks different for each person—as does fulfillment.
This is one of the most important stories in our culture. You're supposed to start at the bottom and work your way toward the top.
If you want to move up in the ladder, you are most welcome, but it should not be an imposition, a mandatory race for everyone.
The phrase "work-life balance" seems to imply that work and life are in balance.
If one imagines an old-fashioned scale, that would mean work is on the one side, and everything else about yourself on the other side - your friends, hobbies, family, relationships, beliefs, sports, etc. It hardly seems like a balance and really points out our obsession with work.
Some people try to use meetings to achieve things that meetings won't work for. That can turn an intelligent group into a dull and mean monster.
Types of meetings to avoid:
It's not that all meetings are bad, just that there are better tools to accomplish the job.
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