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Jan 18, 2021 | Post by: Jack Altschuler No Comments

Resources Through the Noise

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The world – and likely your world – is awash in information. That makes it difficult to wade through the noise to find what’s useful to you. That’s just one reason why it’s important that we share the good stuff we find.

Which is the driver for this post.

If you’ve attended one of my keynotes or workshops you’ve heard me talk about how counterproductive micro-management is. Everyone hates being micromanaged, yet often leaders will unknowingly fall  into practices they learned by osmosis and do the very thing they themselves objected to. For a wake up call and a reminder of what then happens, have a look at this report from the Gartner organization. If what you find there resonates, then listen to the words of the Santana tune, “You’ve Got To Change Your Evil Ways, Baby.” Things will start to get better.

For some timely commentary by CEOs on lessons learned through this pandemic – and it will be at least another year to get through the heavy part of the economic impact – have a look at the Vistage Research essay “Vistage CEOs on 6 hard business lessons learned in 2020.” There’s sound advice packed into this short piece.

Digging into solid resources like these is part of being a lifelong learner. And that’s what great leaders are.

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