When we face risk, we learn about ourselves. We may learn what our limitations are but, most importantly, we learn about what our limitations ARE NOT. This can free us to try new things and to be more successful than we were before.
There are basically two strategies you can use to make it through 2009. You could choose to lay low, cut costs, cut spending and hope to survive or you can focus on growth and innovation. We as a company have chosen the later.
Leading people is difficult enough, but when you factor in generational differences it becomes downright complex.
Becoming a lifelong learner is critical to personal and professional success. Science has taught us that without constant challenges our brains will start to lose their agility. What can you do then to become a lifelong learner? The answer lies in goal setting.