Re: making a good man better
- From: Jim Bennie <jgbennie@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 9 Jun 2006 17:06:10 CST
In article <Vmjig.10401$3B.3822@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> avatar <avatar@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
As for a masonic/glass ceiling, I've worked in the corporate world for a
long time and the path to success is NOT masonry, but the ability to
work hard (instead passing work to someone else), apply creative problem
solving (instead of complaining or stopping), and communicating
effectively (instead of withdrawing or attacking).
Avatar, in today's corporate world, one's own job is in jeopardy
for hiring the wrong people. Hiring someone solely because they're
in the same club, church, whatever is liable to result in your own
termination if they're incapable of producing. I can't see any
manager risking that in this day and age.