Work in the Future: Learning & Development as an integrated part of an employment contract

This entry is actually the first entry of a series which will entail my reflections and thoughts about how work in the future might look like and what are the implications all those changes and the advent of AI and automatization. Especially the implications on us and our relationship with work.

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Give praise to creators

Creating something where there hasn’t been something before is always difficult. This is true for big things such as founding a company, but also small things like coming up with a first concept at work. It is also much easier to build on top of this work, give feedback for adjustments, or criticize. Good leaders should be aware of that, especially when assessing work and giving praise.

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Marva Collins’ Way: Returning to Excellence in Education

Oh boy, how much I was looking forward to writing about this book. And, at the same time, I was stalling, because I don’t know whether this entry will do justice to the book and its value. What I can tell is that it shaped my understanding of parenting and leadership to quite an extent. That is why the book: Marva Collins’s Way: Returning to Excellence in Education is so dear to me.

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