A little close to home…

In Lisa Haneberg’s article, I fall into the first category.
Lisa, this is not weird, but it is becoming increasingly common as the knowledge worker generation collides with the industrial management culture we still hold.
I want to do more. See more clients. Solve more problems.
When I am bored, my productivity decreases exponentially. When I am challenged and pushed, my productivity increases exponentially.
We want challenges, not obstacles.
That said, my resume is drifting around like a message in a bottle.


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2 Replies to “A little close to home…”

  1. Well, that’s interesting…. I understand that being bored is not uncommon, but I think you are also saying that not having enough work to do is not that uncommon. If workplaces are not giving thier people enough to do, they are missing so many opportunities to have them contribute in a positive way to the business. Thanks for the additional perspective!

  2. Well, that’s interesting…. I understand that being bored is not uncommon, but I think you are also saying that not having enough work to do is not that uncommon. If workplaces are not giving thier people enough to do, they are missing so many opportunities to have them contribute in a positive way to the business. Thanks for the additional perspective!

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