People join good projects and leave bad management
Professor, author, and former former Chief People Officer at Pepsi, among other impressive feats,Â Michael Feiner said one of the most valuable statements I’ve ever heard about why we choose, like, and don’t like our jobs.
People join good projects and leave bad management.
It’s one of the most valuable lessons I learned in business school. It applies to a remarkable number of situations — nearly every time I’ve heard of someone leaving a position since I first heard Michael say it.
I recommend not just enjoying the statement for its wittiness. You can make it acting by playing with it in your head a few times before considering joining or leaving a team, or for ways to improve your current job.
I searched briefly on the web for the quote but didn’t find it. It’s worth spreading.
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