One of the joys of my work at Yabwi is daily learning from very talented people. Over the last few weeks I've enjoyed conversations with some remarkably successful business executives and a common theme emerged.
While reflecting on the challenges and successes of their respective organizations, each and every one of these leaders spoke about the difficulties in managing a multi-generational workforce that is geographically dispersed. And they all independently reached the same conclusion: that too often there is something that is lacking in their employees--even among extremely intelligent and talented people.
What's the missing ingredient? Wisdom