We are inclined to call someone 'driven', when we view them as being motivated. A driven person tackles challenges head on. He is looking forward. He knows where he wants to be, and will work hard to get there. Generally this person will also find himself there faster...read more
Previously I talked about The Relationship Building Process with regards to an article released by the New York Times on Google's Project Aristotle. The focus of that post was on how strong relationships, that can be measured on a scale we call The Relationship...read more
The New York Times published an article on the 25th of February 2016 looking at Google's Project Aristotle. I encourage everyone to read it. Essentially, Google's researchers found that the sense of safety was essential to a Team's productivity. There were few common...read more
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