What Losing My Job Taught Me About Leading

ref : What Losing My Job Taught Me About Leading

Quite a few points being discussed here.

First, we should connect with our coworkers and those we network by being “fully present – in every moment”.  We should try to understand those people, and that way they’ll understand us.  That way relationship would be more meaningful and productive. 

Also, honour the people who have supported you, and that would include people across the whole spectrum.  We generally don’t realize this thing when we are employed or are in secure environment.  In fact, we should begin right at this stage, so what when we are in crisis stage, we won’t have to worry.

“Even after you secure your next job, keep in touch with these people. Maintain thoughtful relationships with people who can help you think through big issues throughout your career. Vigilantly try to be helpful to many of the people who had been so helpful to you. Over the years, I’ve had the opportunity to more than repay their kindness.”

Even otherwise, this is the time to think innovatively and do things others don’t get time to do.

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