“The Tau of Steves: What You Don’t Know Could Fill a Book”
“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:
- 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.
- Senior HR and Corporate Education and Advisors laid the ground work for the initial scenarios.
- I’ve identified 16 types clustered in four major groups, Paradox-Morons, Emerging-Entrepreneurs, Sustaining Associates, and Systematic-Professionals.
- 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.
- Each of the 16 Talent Profiles roughly mirror the Myers Briggs Type Indicators (MBTI)
- 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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Inspired by Holiday Mathis – Creators Syndicate