Some people are on teams where they learn how to keep agendas hidden and others are on teams where they learn how to be more real and engage others.
Imagine a day when you’ll have to confirm your humanity before joining a conference call by checking a box on your smartphone that says, “I’m not a robot.”
Today, it seems a lot of people are angry, and many are taking action. But what if the anger-induced actions of one only causes others to become angrier?
The prevailing belief is that if you get the best talent, you’ll get the best team. But technical talent and people talent are two different things.
Your competition may say they’re cutting edge, but labels are masks. When you cut through the crud, few are cutting anything. Saying you are something—and being something—are two different things.