A popular saying, “You can’t fix what you don’t know”, is at the core of this article. Essentially, it provides tips on how to avoid falling into what is called Success Theater, an act of only communicating the wins of each campaign. While everyone loves a success story, by refusing to acknowledge areas of improvement, you may be hindering the best opportunity to grow. The best companies take a moment to hear what went wrong in a project so that improvements can be made for the next one. Whether it is company culture, client management, project workload, or a lack of resources; If employees are not encouraged to share their failures, that fear will stifle ingenuity and innovation.
Hubspot displays an exhaustive list of the characteristics of Success Theater and how to combat it before it chokes your growth potential. Read the full article here: https://app.asana.com/0/725888026801288/1159036044205286
Are you facing an impossible mission in the fields of leadership, marketing, communications and/or politics? – Then it's time to contact Mr. Campaigning. Since 1998 he has been supporting startups, global companies, organizations, and individuals. His clients range from "A" like ABB to "W" like the World Economic Forum in Davos.
They say, he can find a third way when others can see only two.