How to maximize Inquiry over Advocacy Within Workplace Dynamics I am a bit of a loner. When I think about good practices in support of creativity, what comes to mind for me are things like taking a walk, visiting an art museum, journaling, being in nature, reading, sketching, meditation…generally things I can do alone. Bliss.… Continue reading Creativity is a Contact Sport
Who you know matters. Sometimes this idea receives skeptical responses. Some folks can’t take it seriously—“We are here to work, not make friends!” Some think it’s about prioritizing popularity over performance. Some think it’s a conversation about mastering the unspoken politics of the workplace. However, who you know matters in very work-related, performance-related ways. Relationships, both… Continue reading Why You Need to Build Your Posse
Compromise is a funny thing. It often seems to have a negative connotation (in politics for example), but obviously if we are going to be in the world with other people, compromise is part of the deal. Relationships (healthy ones at least) require compromise. Employment, community, commerce, democracy, family, all of these things require a… Continue reading Do you compromise well?
Thanks for setting this topic up for some discussion Sean. I think there are a lot of really good questions around this issue and I will look forward to what Jason has to say about this topic. There are also some other folks that I would love to hear from on this topic, and I… Continue reading Pay for Performance? For Pirates, not Performers.
Jason- Hmmm. I am still not sure if this is primarily a difference rooted in how we define politics or if there is something larger here. I agree that politics are a component or an element of an organizations culture, but I do not think that politics are a necessary component and I do not… Continue reading More on Politics and Culture