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Great Expectations: When the Boss Talks, Subordinates Listen?

Several decades ago, there were ads on TV that said “When so-and-so talks, people listen”… (and then the commercial showed a crowd of people who would all pretend to be listening to Mr. so-and-so). Apparently, that seemed reasonable at the … Continue reading
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If you define your role, function, activity, and engagement in life as an employee of a company, then the attention you pay to the corporate organization interferes with your ability to engage in social behavior

In order for you to engage with society, you must remove any and all organizational interference. For example: your business card hinders you. Contrary to popular belief, it doesn’t help — because with such a card you state that your … Continue reading
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