Social loafing - reducing key performers to sarcastic spectators

Social loafing - reducing key performers to sarcastic spectators

In this article you'll find out that ... even motivated, former high performers can slow down their efforts in team environment (for a reason); strength of ownership depends mainly on who makes the statement; it's critical to learn (early) whether the people really believe in the final success; it's crucial to rule out an option of someone stating "I knew it will fail since the very beginning". Before I get to the actual point, a funny digression that nicely depicts how many topics are in my blogging queue: I've enqueued this particular blog post idea in ... December last year,…

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Grit. Because talent is overrated.

Grit. Because talent is overrated.

One of the things I'm truly & fully proud'n'happy is the way I'm managing my own self-development. I never had problems with: declining motivation making decisions on what to do next lack of focus burning out losing ability to reach the state of "flow" dispiritedness or anything like that Invariably, I'm having fun learning new stuff, getting experiences, breaking next barriers - it makes me feel more capable, more skillful, more prepared to make a difference once next need materialises. My kung-fu But I know that keeping myself at the raising curve ain't trivial. I've met plenty of…

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