Grow embraces the complexity of humanity in business. Readers will find tangible solutions to daily work struggles. Leaders will learn to advance business and become competitive in ways never thought possible. Michael even addresses the need for love in the workplace and brazenly uses the word. He defines measuring love as a lumens score to assess the level of love (or light) in working relationships. While the best teams are bound by trust and respect, I've never heard the word love used, but it's appropriate. I appreciate Michael's bravery in pointing it out.
The author addresses the need to continually learn and accept fluidity. Negativity is a poison and optimism is a choice. McFall advocates the need for sabbaticals - especially a the top. Everyone needs to know systems will work without their daily oversight. The ability to come back refreshed and renewed benefits all. It's great for mental health too. He shares how much the Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS) Worldwide helped take Biggby Coffee from Grind to Grow.
Alicia Dale is a strategic thinking Creative that understands the power of words to influence, change and build new infrastructures. This Blog is to capture ideas that have no where else to go at this very moment. Who knows how they will be developed? Or where they will go? For now they are sparkles of light easily stored where I can search and find them when they call my name again.