You've joined a company with the desire to bring new ideas and innovation to life. Maybe you were even hired to "change the culture," or promised a "culture of innovation." Then, within months, if not days, you realize that politics, power silos and the status quo are more important than progress or change. But you push ahead and find yourself pushed out the door just for doing what you felt was best for the company or the customer.
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How companies prevent the most receptive employees from implementing great ideas Training: The Source for Professional Development You’re leading great training and motivation, but are your managers and culture killing any chance for performance and innovation? Consider the following—it happens all the time: You do everything to set the stage for your people to step […]Read More
We hear things the way we are predisposed to hear them. The Disposable Visionary (DV) employee has a different way of hearing things. She trusts those who lead the company. He takes things at face value and presses on to make a difference. She doesn’t take the time to look at what is behind the […]Read More
DVS characteristics are reflected in how you regard others, including your staff, peers, and supervisors. They also involve how you look at opportunities, potential, and even setbacks. If you have DVS, you probably can identify with a number of the following:* You envision the potential; you visualize the possibilities and pursue the opportunities that will […]Read More