“Rowing a race is an art, not a frantic scramble. It must be rowed with head power as well as hand power. From the first stroke all thoughts of the other crew must be blocked out. Your thoughts must be directed to you and your own boat, always positive, never negative.”Read More
Strategic Discipline Blog
At a recent client monthly meeting we discussed their new employee orientation (onboarding) process and how someone is always included to mentor the new person. The mentoring program isn’t structured. Its primary intent is to provide an opportunity for feedback and concerns that they might not feel they can address with their supervisor. The CEO played a video on why mentoring is important this company. Immediately he observed there were additional opportunities mentoring offers to grow their business.