Maybe "churn" (the movement of workers to voluntarily leave positions and seek new jobs or careers) is a positive event. Organizations can consider changing the way they distribute work, the kind of talent they need in the future, their relationships
Some people are so successful that they become self-absorbed and tone-deaf to the world around them. Pinchas Zuckerman, the world-renowned violinist, recently made what many considered racial comments during a master class at Julliard, telling two Asian sisters they needed
On Saturday we attended a 60th birthday party for a friend. When he was in his early 20s he borrowed money, bought concrete trucks, and is now a wealthy man. The event was on his estate, around a pool, with
Many people are fascinated by "UFOs" and it's bewildering. I think there are two reasons: It's a hobby for many, like bird watching or train watching, and they enjoy following the "leads" and stories in media and among similarly-minded people.
"We have a bipartisan infrastructure deal!" "Well, that is if you agree to my other legislation." "Wait, I didn't mean that the way it sounded. The above is from a college educated, lifelong, successful, professional politician. "Why can't we all just get along?" The above
Do not plan complex relationships with other consultants which appear to be "mutually beneficial." Follow the advice of Ms. Clara Peller, speaking on behalf of Wendy's: "Where's the beef?" Unless there is a solid piece of business "on the table," any