When Skilling took over as CEO of ENRON, he created a committee that reviewed every employee every year and sacked the bottom 15%. The idea was to create a lean mean competitive machine. But the “smartest men in the room” were on the road to destruction and took a lot of others with them.
- Does what drives you in your job push you to be “mean”?
- How does that sit with your own moral compass?
- What motivators do the job for you? For your business? For your self?
- What can you do when attitudes like Skilling’s turn up at work?
Kate McKenzie has a long and varied career both in the public and the corporate sectors. As a successful woman, she has clear ideas about what are real strengths and weaknesses in the world of business.
Come and join in with your own concerns and issues.
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