It takes a special kind of self-awareness to avoid typical problems of being in a position or a workplace too long. Some people develop a sense of entitlement that hampers the smooth flow of information. Others, relying on past successes, become complacent and lose the ability to experiment. Long-term tenure can become stagnation. What are the signs of problems and how can they be avoided?
- Introduction: Case Studies Regarding The Downside Of Longterm Employment
- The Key Idea: Most People Stay Too Long
- What Is The Life Cycle Of Employment?
- What Are Typical Problems Of People Who Stay Too Long?
- Radical Delegation: Creating A Workplace Where Control Is Given Away
- How To Avoid The Golden Handcuffs: Investing For Retirement
- Roles For Oldtimers In Contemporary Workplaces
- Develop new goals for longterm employees.
- Implement term limits for committee memberships.
- Require continuing education for all managers and leaders.