Continuous personal development is fundamental to career growth, professional satisfaction, and having a broader impact in the world. Yet, failure rates remain alarmingly high. It may be due to a lack of commitment or to choosing development areas that are overly corrective rather than focusing on strengths. A dangerously flawed assumption undergirds these explanations. They infer that an individual’s development happens…individually. Despite our common cultural notion of “self” improvement, the most successful efforts to self-improve have other people at their core. Read more...
Share on Facebook
Share on Twitter
I'm busy working on my blog posts. Watch this space!