Listening to this Wharton professor is worth 30 minutes of your time. It's insightful and allows you to define success.
From the subhead: Wharton professor G. Richard Shell‘s new book, Springboard: Launching Your Personal Search for Success, encourages readers to embrace major transitions in life, from college to a first job, from one career to the next or from work to retirement. Based on a popular course Shell teaches at Wharton, the book departs from the conventional “how to succeed” formula by challenging readers to define success for themselves.
What Should I Do Next with My Life? New Ways to Define Success
Friday, September 27, 2013
Thursday, September 26, 2013
"The way you organize talent has an impact on a company's ability to innovate and evolve. Executives need to design structures that amplifiy, rather than encumber remarkable talent."
~Sam Yagan, CEO, Match, Inc.
This is my motto and basis for success at The J. Frost Group. It amazes me everyday, when I see companies inhibit their own talent with poor structure, and more importantly, poor leadership. Just because you're a genius, doesn't make you a great leader. Great leaders give power to associates, not take it away.
How do you empower talent?