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?
You are at risk of being perceived as weak if you care about the people you work with. (It’s all about results, right?)
Many see authority only as something to be acquired by achieving a specific role or position. This is a path to dis-empowerment.
Ask your team: Together, can we choose to be great? If they answer no: Find a new team to join.
They don’t like you. Because they can’t see what you see, it seems as though they’re the ones blocking the progress