I really don’t care much for football and therefore can be totally objective when I opine on the team’s future. I have taken the opportunity, however, to study the team’s economics over the past decade and have a few thoughts on the subject.
I’ve been attending networking clubs and networking meetings for the better part of 25 years.
During his first eight years as governor in the 1970s, Jerry Brown was so imaginative about what state government could do that he won the nickname “Gov. Moonbeam.” It took Brown, then in his 30s, to theorize that a state could launch its own communication satellite. And that a governor should deal person-to-person with presidents and prime ministers of foreign countries. Common-sense ideas today, but visionary in the 1970s.
Workforce development experts are placing an increased emphasis on apprenticeship as an excellent post-secondary education alternative to a college degree. However, apprenticeship, which prepares individuals for many highly skilled professions, is often not clearly understood.
This week’s column will reveal a fundamental secret of leadership that has the potential to dramatically improve your business’ ability to succeed, grow and adapt. This one idea can significantly reduce your time and money spent on programs to develop leaders in your organization. It will greatly increase your capacity to contribute meaningfully yourself, in fewer work hours.