Were you easily bored as a child? Perhaps you still are today? Is it really such a bad thing if, once in a while, we become bored? And is boredom the real enemy that most of us fear? After all boredom forces us to clear our brains from all the usual stuff that churns around them and to bring us into a state where new thoughts can take the place of the old ones.
There are employees that work hard and there are employees that believe they work hard and then there are employees that do little or nothing at all. But what they are all likely to have in common is the feeling that their company owes them something.
Some will sneak off early or phone in sick when they feel the need for an at home day.
In a workshop in Berlin last week, I asked the delegates to come up with one piece of advice that they would pass on to someone trying to bring about a sustainable change?
With all the things going on in the world right now, you can be forgiven if you have missed the fact that in Antwerp there is a mini Olympic games going on for athletes with intellectual disability (ID).
How high are you in your organization? Do you want to get any higher? If you are already at the top, do you want to be at the top of something even bigger?