5 people you need on your team to climb a high mountain

Next to Geneva in Switzerland, there are two mountains, the Salève and the Mont-Blanc.
The Salève is a cosy mountain. You can drive to the top of it by car. This is a usual walk for locals. As it is so close to the city that it almost gives the impression that you can touch it.However, it might be relatively boring; after a while it is not a challenge anymore.
On the other hand, the Mont-Blanc is further away, scary and pretty much impossible to climb without extensive training and the help of a guide. But just imagine the view up there. There are reasons why it is called “the roof of Europe”, as it is the highest mountain of the “old continent”.
Which mountain are you considering climbing? The easy one, where you know all the turns and the places or the scary, impossible one.This is an important question for your life, as what you will able to achieve depends on the mountain you are considering climbing, and of course, I don’t mean a mountain literally, I mean the goals of your life.

How to Attract, Keep and Grow Millennials in your Organisation.

Millennials are the foundation of future businesses, as most of the workforce now forms part of this group. A number of things stand out about this group, which makes them the most sought-after group by successful businesses.
Solve the problems that hinder seamless teamwork. Make everyone work toward the common goals, instead of holding back ideas or trying to work separately from others. When people truly appreciate each other as members of the same team, they share more ideas and support each other.

Revamping Leadership (and Business) Skillsets

Stand out from the rest by: Working and developing the aforementioned leadership skills
Make sure that you’re authentic during the interview and even your tenure
Refrain from having favorites and playing favorites. There should be a distinct and fine line between you and the rest of your employees.
Make sure you have a coach and a mentor who can challenge your comfort zones.
The famous US football coach, John Madden once said, “The road to easy street goes through the sewer.” There are no shortcuts to personal development.

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