Day 32 of My 1-Year Experiment

The Tau of Steves: What You Don’t Know Could Fill a Book


May 2019

“5”  Steve Zahn, 51: “Your skills are getting sharper in the way that most things do — through friction. It’s why you don’t bemoan the challenges.” Scorpio

On Saturday, 5/3/19 of this week I listed key points for pre-writing my next manuscript:

  1. Not only have I taught classes and advised Executive MBA students (uniquely with Healthcare Executive MBA students) and C-Suite Executives about this, but I’ve worked in, consulted to or advised leaders of many, if not all, stages of an organization. 
  2. Senior HR and Corporate Education and Advisors laid the ground work for the initial scenarios.
  3. I’ve identified 16 types clustered in four major groups, Paradox-Morons, Emerging-Entrepreneurs, Sustaining Associates, and Systematic-Professionals. 
  4. Over the past two decades of refinement I’ve been able to identify talent cultures where each of the 16 is most likely to flourish. 
  5. Each of the 16 Talent Profiles roughly mirror the Myers Briggs Type Indicators (MBTI) 
  6. As employers mature over their lifecycle I’ve identified which stage of growth would be a better fit and which would be a worse fit for your Talent Profile from: Start Up, to Emerging Growth, Rapid Growth, Sustained Growth, Maturity, Decline and Reinvention.

Random ones that make me want change my sign.

2”  Steve Nash, 45:After a time of being indecisive and not excited about your choice, suddenly something new drops in.  You want it.” Aquarius

Really?  That’s all you’ve got?

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