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November 27, 2007

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Steve Hernandez

These three attributes, to me are the definition of stamina; a key ingredient to “healthy” employees. Some people have more of it than others. Some employees build it with experience. Developing a positive “been-there-done-that” mind set means that one understands the context of the business, and process to move forward. Learning a systematic approach to problem solving and then applying the process to real business issues builds stamina in individuals and organizations. The problem with dot.com type life cycles is that things move at such a fast pace, many individuals lose their stamina and those that had little end up leaving the organization (physically or mentally).

Larry Looker

The challenge is getting the old and obese keepers of the corporate culture to recognize the value of these attributes.

Larry Looker

The challenge is getting the old and obese keepers of the corporate culture to recognize the value of these attributes.

Joe Jordan

Steve and Larry--
You both bring value insights to the discussion. Thank you! Perhaps those with the kind of stamina Steve mentions can provide a positive model that the out-of-shape guardians Larry mentions will value and follow. Unfortunately, many organizations do not change until the pain of their current situation exceeds their discomfort with something new.

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