Your being nice might be the thing that stops your business from shining. “The Law of Crappy People states: For any title level in a large organization, the talent on that level will eventually converge to the crappiest person with the title. The rationale behind the law is that the other employees in the company […]
If you try something and it works out badly, would you learn to do it differently next time? Oh the tedium of generic questions. Because the answer certainly shouldn’t be an automatic “yes”. Or “no”. Because the context is everything. I gave a CEO I was working with advice once not to sack a member […]
The maximisation of profit is the root of all evil. There’s not another root cause that has created more damage in the world. From deaths caused by the O&G sector, to infrastructure companies moved privately, to tobacco. We can choose whether those are the models to follow, or if we do things better.
There’s a huge disconnect between your team’s desire for you to be nice, and your need to be kind. We need to close that gap if our team is to grow.
EdenLab helps big companies be better and good companies get bigger. CEO Leo Rayman believes that key to solving the climate crisis is to harness the power of companies and the 3Bn+ people who work for them.