Over the past 18+ months, I’ve seen people waking up to a work reality that frankly hasn’t been serving them. They’ve not been fully utilized or they weren’t acknowledged or were constantly thwarted by their boss. And the beauty in all of this is that they are realizing it’s time to fully express their talents, ideas and insights. They are raising their standards and we can call do this! We can expect more from our careers. So if you’ve been pining for a better fit career or job, listen in!
I’ve also been inspired recently to look more closely into leadership during COVID and in particular, business ethics. I don’t think you can look very far without seeing that we are in a time of great change. So we’re going to delve into these subjects with Dean Joyce Russell, Head of the Villanova School of Business and the first woman to lead the business school in its almost 100-year history. We’ll also discuss how they’ve been able to achieve an out of college hiring rate of over 94% as well as look at the return on an investment of a college degree in today’s day and age.
This is the time for us all to be highly discerning and leverage each other’s strengths and talents in service to the good of humanity. More heads are better than one. To support greater diversity of thought, this month’s career tip is based on an article from Psychology Today about how to recognize and avoid groupthink in your organization. Listen in and learn the secrets to successful leadership and ethics that encourage the most effective decision-making. Now that’s great leadership during Covid and beyond!
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