Over the past 18 months, I’ve seen people wake up to the reality of work that frankly hasn’t served them. They are not fully used, not recognized, or consistently thwarted by their boss. The beauty in all of this is that they realize that it is time to fully express their talents, ideas and visions. They raise their standards and we can call them doing just that! We can expect more from our jobs. So, if you’ve been craving a better fit job or job, listen up!
It has also inspired me recently to look closely at leadership during COVID and especially work ethic. I don’t think you can look too far without seeing that we are in a time of great change. So we’ll delve into these topics with Dean Joyce Russell, president of Villanova Business School and the first woman to lead the business school in its nearly 100-year history. We’ll also discuss how they managed to achieve an out-of-college employment rate of over 94% as well as take a look at the ROI of a college degree today and in our time.
This is the time for all of us to be very special and draw on each other’s strengths and talents for the good of humanity. More heads are better than one. To support a greater diversity of thought, this month’s career advice is based on an article from Psychology Today on how to recognize and avoid groupthink in your organization. Listen and learn the secrets of successful leadership and ethics that encourage the most effective decision making. Now that’s great leadership during Covid and beyond!
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