For many years I've been affiliated with Vistage International, the world's largest executive coaching organization, giving talks and leading workshops on topics ranging from culture change to Blue Ocean Strategy. Recently, I was thrilled to be a recipient of the inaugural Vistage Top Performer Award for 2020, a great honor. Part of Vistage's new Speaker Awards & Recognition program, the Top Performer award is an annual recognition of speakers who have presented 25+ engagements, maintained a 4.5+ average score, and have a 95%+ recommendation rating in the previous year. Having given more than 450 talks, with a cumulative score of 4.6, I think I qualify!
When was the last time you looked at your business with fresh eyes? Maybe it is ready for some significant changes? How would you know? How would you make them happen? As we often tell our clients "If you want to change, have a crisis or create one." If not, very little gets done. But the pressures to change are accelerating. People really hate to change. What to do?
Anthropologists seem convinced that no one wants to hire them. With very low unemployment and almost 6 million jobs going unfilled in the U.S. today, shouldn’t highly-skilled, well-trained and capable anthropologists be able to find work of some kind that’s related to their education and interests?