There are three kinds of people within an organization: avoiders, plodders and drivers. Avoiders don’t do anything beyond their minimal job duties. Plodders will do a bit more but only when asked. They’ll be accommodating on request. Drivers—the true leaders—initiate projects and constantly propose ideas. They’re pro-active and eager to learn and grow.
These days, every workplace is an open book to the world. Social media and websites like Glassdoor allow people to instantly know which organizations are great places to work—and which should be avoided at all costs. Great employees want to work in great workplaces. Look around your workplace. How would it rank?...Click here to find out more.