Month: November 2018

You or Your Organization May Be Plateaued If… (Part 10)

You or your organization may be plateaued if… If you are hoping for new results to appear while simply doing what you’ve always done. Most of us are familiar with the definition of insanity—doing what you’ve always done and expecting different results. In the plateaued organization, this mindset has become a subtle mantra. Things will

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You or Your Organization May Be Plateaued if… (Part 9)

You or your organization may be plateaued if… If people don’t take responsibility for current realities. We have already seen how people in a plateaued organization tend to blame others for their collective inability to move forward, but there’s a deeper, and perhaps less obvious, indicator of plateau in many of their conversations. In plateaued

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Your or Your Organization May Be Plateaued If… (Part 8)

You or your organization may be plateaued if… If you or your coworkers have ever said, “that’s not my job.” Imagine you’re playing football (or watching your favorite team) and your opponent fumbles the ball right in front of one of your teammates. But, rather than pounce on that loose ball, your player just stands

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