Forget about hard skills, companies today prioritize soft skills and culture fit when assessing whether a potential employee could be an asset or a liability. Read on to learn about the interpersonal skills development system that's designed to help people and organizations thrive.
With the advent of email, companies added "meeting mania" to their corporate cultures. Few business owners stopped to think about the purpose of removing employees from their work and sitting them around a table for an hour (or more), losing valuable and easily monetized time. Rather, work needed to get done and managers insisted on gathering people around a large table to communicate the requirements, expectations, and in some cases, threat.
If you don't, you may be setting yourself up for failure. A recent e-newsletter article from Construction Business Owner Alert delves into the nitty-gritty of what it takes to develop stronger business strategies that lead to success. Read more….