Wednesday, September 8, 2010

The Fewer The Games The Better

Whether we mean to or not, we create games that people play at our companies. There are games that hurt us such as the "stay away from me, look how busy I am" or "I'll take anything on" or "I'm just doing what I'm told" or the "the economy stinks, so it really doesn't matter what I do" games.

Those bad games take our eye off the right things, such as taking care of the client, living up to promises, collaborating and being profitable.

If we can focus on the meaningful games and give people the autonomy to play those games well, we all win.

Barry LaBov
LaBov & Beyond
LaBov Sales Channel
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