I’m going to make him a cookie he can’t refuse, enter biscotti al cioccolato with espresso, a treat and story with Godfatherly snap out of it, or else advice.
Weatherman Syndrome, fictional disorder poking fun at an annoying behavior rampant among management of stating the painfully obvious as noteworthy contribution while exonerating themselves from problem resolution. Similar to real Weathermen having no responsibility beyond warnings for impending downpour, their only requirement to look sharp while reporting the forecast, in the same fashion, management loaded with trite instruction, leaves us wondering where to find solutions after wasting countless hours talking in circles. Beam me up, Biscotti! There is no intelligent life form in this meeting.
BREAKING NEWS: Director of Sales implodes in furry after mind-numbing regurgitation of problems with nary a solution in sight.
Cinna-MAN-buns inspired today’s professional attire topic. In an era of hyper personalization, traditional dress code inadequately keeps pace with evolving trends challenging everyone’s patience around compliance. Something’s gotta give.
Are you wearing that to work? Balancing outdated protocol with current trends aggravates organizations lacking flexibility, consequently guideline amendments resemble defeated acquiescence. (Case in point, tattoos) An equal opportunity fashion culture, proactively administered and updated often, is praiseworthy management in action. Gone are the days of stodgy work uniforms but not all traditional policies shall perish. Instead, recalibration is in order ensuring organizations attract top talent now and in the future.
Your buttercream is currently under surveillance. The competition just ate your lunch and has come back for dessert. The question is are you going to let them have your chocolate cake and eat it too? Let’s talk tough about keeping your adversaries at bay.
Competition, what competition? Banish this phrase from your professional lexicon evermore and assume that rivals are lurking everywhere. We are probably all guilty of letting our guard down due to being either disinterested or completely naive about the strength of a competitor thereby giving up market share for easy grabs. In short, we were temporarily oblivious allowing the opposition to get the better of us.