Simon Sinek makes a great point. Numbers i.e. dollars, will not rescue your company in hard times; people will. I add numbers will not save your company in hard times suppliers will. But only if you took care of them first.
Scott Frost endured a tremendous amount of criticism in his first year of coaching the Nebraska Cornhuskers. While he was experiencing the criticism, Frost was quietly laying the foundations of a team. Frost understood that success on the gridiron would happen only after his players bonded as a team and began to believe in themselves as a team.
I take my hat off to Mr. Frost for his perseverance in the face of criticism and his resolve to follow the plan he set for buildin
Where do I start, my research shows corporate attitudes towards their labor are appallingly disrespectful. It is as if there are two classes of people within an organization. Management the educated, wise and more intelligent upper class and labor the uneducated, less intelligent and only working for the paycheck lower class. A word for the wise a lack of education is not a lack of intelligence, the position a person holds within a company simply indicates a life choice.
MY BUSINESS MUSE
My reflections gathered through reading, listening, personal work experience and observation
The most important thing in communication is hearing what isn't said.