As leaders and entrepreneurs operating in today’s economy otherwise known as the knowledge economy. Many critical factors contribute to the building of a successful and enduring enterprise. One of such factors is investment in the growth and development of your people – i.e. your employees, your team, your workforce or your constituency.
People are the only repository of knowledge and as a result they are your main resource.
Here’s an awesome piece written by Fola and originally posted on openpleasures.com.
Today’s society has in many ways made nothing out of commitment. You only need to watch a few movies and see how commitment has been tagged old-fashioned and not necessary in this age and dispensation. Many view commitment as so last century and think that when someone they are in a relationship with suggests commitment, it is time to check out. The situation is no better even in friendships, how many people will stay committed to their friends through the thick and thin and how many will remain loyal when the going is no longer as good as it was in the beginning? But really, let’s give it a thought. What is wrong with commitment?