Lately you hear lots of talk and read oodles of articles about the “soft” CEO or the “involved” management of the future; where owners and leadership work alongside their people, in a grand Kumbaya-corporate environment. This is great, right?
Well, what happens when the big-wigs upstairs get a little TOO involved? Or as my associate put it, “What happens when the non-$#*& shovelers try to shovel $#*&?” Most of the time, you might just say that the “$#*& hits the fan!”
See, I had a very humorous – yet disturbing – business call this morning Read more..
My last post talked about building meaningful relationships with people around us and those we come in contact with. Now let’s talk about corporations and businesses building meaningful relationships with the communities around them.
Most of the time when we think of “Public Relations”, we think of press releases or a nice news blip about the latest good deed that a company performed. Many companies find public relations to be a superficial crowd-pleasing exercise that they have a “duty” to perform.
You know, it reminds me of when I was young (being the youngest of eight) Read more..