Nobody gets promoted for keeping things the same.

That thought came to mind as my oldest and I spoke about her first hire as a manager.  I said define his role, give him a chance to make a difference, to run through the process and improve it.  Then clear the path to improve the process, and praise him up the chain when he earns it.

Then it hit me.  How often we settle for keeping things the same.



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I’ve worked a few years, hired hired people, fired a couple when I had to, and written performance reviews. One thing that amazes me is how some people sell themselves short on reviews. Read the rest of this entry »